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FLANDREAU, S.D. — Ten months after opening Native Nations Cannabis, the Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe is expanding its medical marijuana operations with two new grow facilities to keep up with explosive demand. 

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

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

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When it comes to economic development in Indian Country, sovereignty matters.

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A group of Native entrepreneurs, organizers and representatives from tribal enterprises will join the First Nations Trade Mission trip to visit with Indigenous Australians to open talks about trade opportunities and information exchange. 

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Following the recent launch of its Tidal Networks business, the Central Council of the Tlingit and Haida Tribes of Alaska plan to pilot fixed wireless internet service in the city of Wrangell, located on an island in the southeastern tip of the state. 

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The American Indian Chamber of Commerce of Oklahoma makes the case that Native-owned businesses play an important role in the Sooner State’s economy and provides resources that facilitate growth and new business opportunities. 

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KLAMATH, Calif. — In Yurok culture, condors are important birds, which has made their absence from northern California a painful reminder of intrusion and loss suffered by Native people. 

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

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HARBOR SPRINGS, Mich. — The Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians wants to rebuild and strengthen its economy so that the tribe can better weather unexpected shocks.