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    The Duwamish tribe – the tribe of Chief Seattle – is suing the federal government for recognition.

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    Chief Richard Velky of the Schaghticoke Tribal Nation says he’s reviewing a judge’s ruling that rejects the tribe’s latest attempt to win federal recognition before deciding how to respond....
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    Virginia Senator Jim Webb says the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs plans to hold a hearing to consider the federal recognition of six Virginia tribes.

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    A federal judge has dismissed the MOWA Band of Choctaw Indians’ lawsuit that sought to force federal recognition for the tribe based in southwest Alabama.

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