You may have an Indian trust account you don’t know about or you may have settlement moneys owed to you from the Cobell v. Salazar settlement. The Department of the Interior has more than $65 million dollars in accounts to distribute to more than 48,000 individuals whose whereabouts are unknown. Many of these individuals are […]
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The BIA Pacific Regional Office is holding a Tribal Budget meeting on February 11, 2014 at the Graton Resort & Casino. Click here for the meeting announcement. This meeting allows Tribes to set funding priorities for the FY 2016 Pacific Region’s budget. California Indian Legal Services strongly encourages all Tribes to attend this important meeting […]
1. Tribal Law and Order Act and Violence Against Women Act (pdf) Dorothy Alther, Executive Director, California Indian Legal Services 2. Tribal/Local/State/and Federal Collaboration (pdf) Bill Denke, Chief of Police, Sycuan Tribal Police Department 3. Tribal & State Justice Summit Attendee List (pdf) Please follow and like us:
Federal Re-Assumption of Criminal Jurisdiction under the Tribal Law and Order Act: The White Earth Experience Upcoming training: January 31, 2014 from 8:30am – 4:00pm at the Catamaran Hotel, San Diego, CA The Tribal Law and Policy Institute and California Indian Legal Services are hosting this one-day training with presentations by representatives from the White […]
Happy 2014! With the new year come questions about medical coverage laws and requirements. For more information please view our new Health Web Links page or skip to the California Rural Indian Health Board’s Covered California Native American page. Looking for health insurance applications? Click on subsidized or unsubsidized OR exemption information and exemption application […]