Tag Archives: Michigan Indian inland treaty rights

Commentary on the Final Dismissal of the Onondaga Nation’s Land Claims: “Tribal Disruption and Indian Claims”

Today, the Court surprised no one by denying the cert petition in Onondaga Nation v. New York. The Court did the same thing twice before, in the claims of the Cayuga and Oneida Nations. You may recall that the Second … Continue reading

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IPR: Michigan Tribes Get Behind Effort to Repeal Wolf Hunt Law

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IPR: Emmet County Bear Hunting Conviction Overturned (Mich. Inland Treaty Rights Implications)

Here is the unpublished opinion in People v. Levigne: Mich COA Opinion And the IPR report. An excerpt: The Michigan Court of Appeals says it was legal for hunting guides to help with an off-season bear hunt in Emmet County … Continue reading

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