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LA Times: Two tribes aren’t recognized federally. Yet members won $500 million in minority contracts

By Adam Elmahrek, Paul Pringle Dec. 31, 2019 5:54 PM Companies set up by members of a self-described and state-recognized Creek Indian tribe in Alabama have received more than $240 million in federal minority-business contracts, despite a determination by the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs that there is no credible evidence the group has Native American ancestry,… Keep Reading

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Investment Opportunities

Vice President Myron Lizer discusses investment opportunities with Arizona Treasurer Kimberly Yee PHOENIX, Ariz. — Navajo Nation Vice President Myron Lizer met with Arizona State Treasurer Kimberly Yee at the Arizona capitol on Thursday, to learn more about the opportunities provided through the state’s endowment trust fund, education endowment fund, and more.  “As the Navajo Nation becomes… Keep Reading

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Paying for the Powerline

WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. – Dec. 19, 2019 – The Naabik’íyáti’ Committee convened for the Dec. 19 regular meeting and passed Legislation No.… Keep Reading

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Nez Gets New Chief

Milton Bluehouse, Jr. appointed to serve as Deputy Chief of Staff for the Navajo Nation Office of the President and Vice President… Keep Reading

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