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Freedmen ruling delayed, equitable internet lacking, and Indian Country pact
VNN Weekly Digest November 28-December 4
Here’s a look at the week’s top stories:
Judge delays ruling on Black Creeks citizenship
(OKLAHOMA) After nearly two hours of oral arguments in a packed courtroom, a Muscogee (Creek) Nation judge delays ruling on a lawsuit demanding Black Creeks be reinstated into the tribe of their ancestors with full citizenship.
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Equitable internet access lacking in Kent County
(MICHIGAN) An online presence is a necessity in today's world with so much of life taking place on the internet for work, school, job applications, shopping, and even scheduling doctors’ appointments.
FBI, Bureau of Indian Affairs sign pact to ‘improve law enforcement’ in Indian Country
(NATIONAL) U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland revealed Friday that the FBI and the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) signed an agreement to establish guidelines to “provide for the effective and efficient administration of criminal investigations in Indian Country.”
WEATHER ACROSS AMERICA
(NATIONAL) Snow and rain chances continue across the West with accumulations expected for the mountains and northern valleys, heavy rain and the risk for scattered flash flooding for the Tennessee Valley, and widespread showers likely ahead of a cold front for the East Coast.
HOME AND THE HOLIDAYS
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