Slagle, Allogan
April 2002
News from Native California;Spring2002, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p38
Presents news briefs concerning the Native American community, as of spring 2002. Eligibility of Native American veterans for housing loans through the Native American Veterans Home Loan Act of 2001; Details on an oversight hearing concerning the management of a trust fund for Native Americans by the U.S. House Resources Committee; Information on lower court decisions allowing the Bishop tribe to retain sovereign immunity.


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