Monthly Archives: October 2012

U.S. Dept. Justice new policy on American Indians and eagle feathers

CNN reports that the U.S. Justice Department announced a new policy on Friday to allow tribes to "possess, use, wear or carry" federally protected birds or bird feathers. However, they can not buy or sell the feathers or other bird parts. Justice … Continue reading

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American Law Institute project: Restatement of the Law of American Indians

The American Law Institute (ALI), http://www.ali.org/, is an important and influential body that works on diverse projects designed to help develop law in the United States. The ALI is best known for drafting treatises, called the Restatement of the Law, on different subject … Continue reading

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