Citizens Against Reservation Shopping v. Jewell Cert Stage Materials

Cert Petition:

Citizens Against Reservation Shopping v. Jewell

Questions presented:

1. Whether, to have been a “recognized Indian tribe now under Federal jurisdiction” in 1934, a tribe must have been “recognized” at that time.
2. Whether, to have been “under Federal jurisdiction” in 1934, a tribe must have been located in Indian country – that is, on land over which the United States exercised jurisdiction to the exclusion of State jurisdiction.
Lower court materials here.
UPDATE:
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