Federal Court Affirms BIA Decision Ordering Laytonville Rancheria to Re-Enroll 22 Former Members

Here are the materials in Cahto Tribe of the Laytonville Rancheria v. Dutschke (E.D. Cal.):

Cahto Complaint

Cahto Motion for Summary J

BIA Cross-Motion for Summary J

DCT Order Affirming BIA Decision

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3 Responses to Federal Court Affirms BIA Decision Ordering Laytonville Rancheria to Re-Enroll 22 Former Members

  1. mahtolaw says:

    Where is Martinez v. Santa Clara Pueblo? Is the ruling not a Tribe and Tribe alone determines its own membership? The Tribal Attorney agreeing to mediation is not a waiver of soverign immunity, the Tribe waived sovereign immunity by drafting BIA review in the Articles of Association? Then every IRA Constitution that requires Secretarily approval of codes & resolutions is a waiver? This does not make sense, what are the federal rights taken from the defendants? Is this case only relevant to this Tribe, what about the Shakopee cases where people are denied enrollment?

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  3. AJ says:

    Your missing the Sloan Amicus Brief in the Lower Court Ruling

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