Here is the opinion from the Ninth Circuit. And the briefs:
You do a great service by working so diligently at this blog. This particular case is interesting as a matter of public policy. Sovereignty for Indian nations is left short when Congress chooses not to engage the debate but to merely leave most or all decisions to the courts. I am becoming more aware of why the high demand for Indian Law attorney’s exists and seeing some new evidence to believe that not all attorney should be on a bus at the bottom of Gitchie Gumme. Ha Ha…
Keep up the good work!!
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