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    Washington, D.C. (AP)

    Carl J. Artman is leaving his post as assistant secretary for Indian Affairs during May the Interior Department says.

    Artman, a member of the Oneida tribe of Wisconsin, was confirmed to the post by the Senate in March of last year. Before that, he served as the Interior Department’s associate solicitor for Indian Affairs.

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