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The Iowa Tribe of Kansas and Nebraska (ITKN) will receive state funds for a broadband project amid a historic surge of support for broadband across the Indian Country. 

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The Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians will seek relief from a multi-million dollar judgment in a lawsuit involving two failed off-reservation casino projects in Michigan, the tribe announced this week. 

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Confederated Tribes of the Siletz Indians
Lincoln, Oregon

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MESA, AZ – The National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development has opened nominations for the 2023 Native American 40 Under 40 awards.

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This week, we debut a new weekly series of news updates on Tribal efforts to increase broadband availability in Indian Country. 

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The San Pasqual Band of Mission Indians believe its Horizon Fuel Center business can travel beyond the boundaries of the tribe’s southern California reservation. That’s according to the tribe’s top economic development executive, Hellyaachwehay Quisquis.

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Researchers Matthew Gregg and Robert Maxim reflect on how the pandemic has entrenched labor market inequalities.
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A new National Broadband Map could help shore up missing data on broadband connectivity in Indian Country. 

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Tribal bank accounts surged in 2022, as the Indian gaming industry rebounded and tribal governments took in historic amounts of cash from federal funding. 

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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has opened a $40 million grant opportunity for recycling infrastructure projects for Tribes and intertribal groups.