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U.S. Rep. Sharice Davids (D-Kansas) had convictions from an early age. Among them, she would not allow onions on her pizza, she liked to talk a lot (even when it got her into trouble), and she held an intense appreciation for mixed martial arts and Bruce Lee. 

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

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WASHINGTON — Top officials with the U.S. Department of the Interior briefed tribal leaders this week on the agency’s portion of President Joe Biden’s proposed $30.6 billion budget for Native-serving federal programs for next fiscal year. 

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

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WASHINGTON — U.S. Department of Agriculture General Counsel nominee Janie Simms Hipp faced questions about a potential carbon bank, antitrust measures in the livestock industry, and legal transparency during a Thursday morning confirmation hearing before the U.S Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry. 

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WASHINGTON — A new, bipartisan bill aims to double the funding for the Office of Native American Affairs in the U.S. Small Business Administration, as well as create an administrative position to head the agency. 

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WASHINGTON — A new poll that includes Native American small business owners finds larger amounts of pessimism among them compared to other entrepreneurs regarding post-pandemic recovery.

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WASHINGTON — The U.S. Department of the Treasury yesterday told tribal leaders that they have two more weeks to meet each of the two respective deadlines involved with the $20 billion tribally-focused coronavirus relief portion of the American Rescue Plan (ARP).

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Here is a round up of business news briefs from around Indian Country. 

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Tribal leaders are rushing to meet the first of two application deadlines to receive a portion of the $20 billion designated for tribes under the American Rescue Plan (ARP). 

The first deadline set by the U.S. Department of the Treasury for tribes to be eligible for two out of the three available funding streams from the $20 billion is Monday, May 24 at 11:59 p.m. PT. Tribal officials have until Monday, June 7 at 11:59 p.m. PT to apply for the third stream.