Since the end of the 1800s, the Prairie Island Indian Community has had an established reservation on Prairie Island in Welch, Minnesota, along the Mississippi River. But for more than 80 years, its land base has been radically diminished as the result of actions taken by the United States government.READ MORE
Cherokee Nation made a $2.169 billion economic impact in the state in fiscal year 2018, reflecting an increase of about 7% from 2016 and more than 100% from 2010.READ MORE
“We had a good discussion about partnering with the United Brotherhood of Carpenters to further explore opportunities to bring exceptional carpentry training to the Navajo Nation,” said Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez.READ MORE
A federal judge in Utah has blocked the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development from enforcing a departmental directive that barred a Tribe’s down payment financing for federally insured mortgages.READ MORE
Prior to 1986, when San Manuel introduced its first gaming facility, dirt roads snaked across the Tribe’s small, mountainous land base in Southern California. Five HUD homes stood on the reservation, and they were “just a square box,” Chairwoman Lynn Valbuena said.READ MORE
HUD will delay its implementation of new rules regarding down payment assistance for loans, due to a lawsuit filed by an entity of the Cedar Band of Paiutes of Utah.READ MORE
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