National Indian Law Library Bulletin (11/9/2016)

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The National Indian Law Library added new content to the Indian Law Bulletins on 11/08/16.

U.S. Supreme Court Bulletin
http://www.narf.org/nill/bulletins/sct/2016-2017update.html
Petitions were filed in Mackinac Tribe v. Jewell (Federal Acknowledgment Process) and in Citizens Against Reservation Shopping v. Jewell (Land into Trust; Recognized Indian Tribe under Federal Jurisdiction) on 10/27/16. Petition was denied in Wolfchild v. Redwood County (Trespass and Ejectment) on 11/7/16.

U.S. Federal Trial Courts Bulletin
http://www.narf.org/nill/bulletins/dct/2016dct.html
United States v. State of Washington (Treaty Right to Take Shellfish)
California Valley Miwok Tribe v. Jewell (Official Tribal Government)
Pueblo of Pojoaque v. State of New Mexico (Tribal-State Gaming Compact – Negotiations)

State Courts Bulletin
http://www.narf.org/nill/bulletins/state/2016state.html
In the Matter of the Adoption of T.A.W., R.B. and C.B. (Indian Child Welfare Act – Termination of Parental Rights)
Wells Fargo Bank v. Apache Tribe of Oklahoma (Arbitration)

News Bulletin
http://www.narf.org/nill/bulletins/news/currentnews.html
In the Economic Development section, we feature some articles discussing the possible future of cultivation and sale of marijuana on Indian reservations.

U.S. Regulatory Bulletin
http://www.narf.org/nill/bulletins/regulatory/2016fr.html
We feature a notice of guidelines stating principles for working with federally recognized Indian tribes of the Department of Human Services, Administration for Children and Families.

Law Review & Bar Journal Bulletin
http://www.narf.org/nill/bulletins/lawreviews/2016lr.html
Dollar General v. Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians: Where do we go from here?
Tribal self-governance extended to U.S. Department of Transportation.
College of Law committed to Native Law program.
Indigenous health policy in the United States and Latin America: The Marshall trilogy and the international human rights approach.
Thinking outside the bars: Using Hawaiian traditions and culturally-based healing to eliminate racial disparities within Hawai’i’s criminal justice system.
Pipelines, Protests and General Permits.
Congress, tribal recognition, and legislative-administrative multiplicity.
From dysfunction and polarization to legislation: Native American religious freedom rights and Minnesota autopsy law.
Passage and flow considered anew: wild salmon restoration via hydro relicensing.
A proper seat at the table: affirming a broad Winters right to groundwater.
Federally reserved rights and interstate groundwater allocation.
The Winters doctrine: is it just about quantity?
Tribal reserved water rights to groundwater as recognized in settlements and litigation: status and trends.
Agua Caliente and the argument for aboriginal rights to groundwater.
Why Obergefell should not impact American Indian tribal marriage laws.

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