Some good news in this legislative session–the Michigan Indian Family Preservation Act just passed in the House and, having already passed in the Senate, is heading to the Governor’s office for him to sign. Bill status and versions are available here.
- Onondaga Nation Files Petition with Inter-American Commission on Human Rights
- Puyallup Prevails over IRS in Dispute over Levy Notice Seeking Per Capital Payments
- Constitutional Law I Materials (Spring 2014)
- Commentary on the Opinion that Caused the D.C. Circuit to Remove Judge Lamberth from the Cobell Litigation -- corrected links
- Student Commentary on Michigan v. Bay Mills Indian Community