Kathryn Rand

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Democratic State Senator  Gloria Romero  is pushing a new bill titled, “ Unlawful Entry: Tribal Land .”  Some opponents claim that if it’s enacted, legitimate Native Americans could be…

Indian Tribal Membership, Tribal Sovereignty, and Gaming Money

Democratic State Senator Gloria Romero is pushing a new bill titled, “ Unlawful Entry: Tribal Land .”  Some opponents claim that if it’s enacted, legitimate Native Americans could be…

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