Here are the materials in Federal Trade Commission v. CWB Services LLC (W.D. Mo.):
Here are selected materials in United States v. Sheffler (W.D. Mo.):
Here is the paper in United States v. Whetstone (W.D. Mo.):
Here are the relevant orders in Griggs v. Missouri:
An excerpt from the R&R:
Plaintiff Griggs’ complaint challenges defendants’ application of 25 U.S.C. § 305(e)(d), upon request of the Federal Indian Arts and Crafts Board, in its determination that the Indian tribe of which plaintiff is a member, the Northern American Cherokee of Missouri and Arkansas, is not an officially recognized Indian tribe by the State of Missouri for purposes of the Indian Arts and Crafts Act. Plaintiff alleges that the tribe is, in fact, officially recognized by the State of Missouri, and thus, defendants should have indicated accordingly in their response to the Federal Indian Arts and Crafts Board. Plaintiff, who is incarcerated in federal prison, attempts to bring this action on behalf of his entire tribe, stating he is a member and his father was at one time the Principal Chief. Plaintiff alleges that as a result of defendants’ actions, the United States Department of Interior has advised his tribe that they cannot sell their arts and crafts as authentic “Indian,” “Native American” or “Cherokee” goods.