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Here’s a round up of business news from around Indian Country. 

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ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Native Americans are largely absent in data from scientific and public policy studies, which poses a range of challenges when it comes to setting policy and showing representation in education, media and law. 

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BLUE LAKE, Calif. — In what is being billed as the first partnership of its kind between a tribally owned brewery and a Major League Baseball franchise, the San Francisco Giants this season will begin selling craft beers made by Mad River Brewery.

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Bay Mills Indian Community, based in the rural eastern Upper Peninsula of Michigan, broke into the cannabis market as a way of diversifying the tribe’s economy during COVID-19.

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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — A pair of Michigan-based Potawatomi tribes hope their co-investment strategy can serve as a model for tribes to work together on economic development projects.

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Officials speaking at a White House briefing in late February outlined further expansions and a potential second funding opportunity for the National Telecommunications and Information Administration’s efforts in improving tribal access to broadband. 

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RAPID CITY, S.D. — Clay Colombe learned throughout his career in banking and finance that success can unlock new opportunities, sometimes in unexpected ways.

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