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

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Tribal leaders from the eastern Upper Peninsula of Michigan are celebrating a decision by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to conduct an environmental review of the Line 5 pipeline project proposed by Canada-based Enbridge Inc., which will likely delay the development for months.

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In a bit of history repeating itself, Native Americans find themselves feuding over a system and ideology that makes much more sense (and cents) for outside interests.

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MCALESTER, Okla. — Choctaw Defense Manufacturing LLC will soon begin building assembly kits and chassis for startup electric truck maker Zeus Electric Chassis Inc. 

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KODIAK, Alaska — Koniag Inc., an Alaska Native Regional Corporation originating on the Kodiak Archipelago, expanded its portfolio this month with its acquisition of TecPro Ltd., an Anchorage-based industrial electrical and security services provider.

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Several Native American and Alaska Native organizations focused on supporting Inidgenous higher education, philanthropy, arts and culture will receive a portion of the $2.74 billion in donations announced Tuesday by philanthropist MacKenzie Scott. 

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WASHINGTON — Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska), the vice-chair of the U.S. Senate Committee on Indian Affairs, made clear June 11 that she is not yet on board with supporting the nomination of Bryan Newland to be Assistant Secretary – Indian Affairs at the Interior Department.

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WASHINGTON — In a confirmation hearing that lasted just over an hour on June 9, Bryan Newland answered several questions before the U.S. Senate Committee on Indian Affairs in his quest to become the next Assistant Secretary – Indian Affairs at the U.S. Department of the Interior.