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Will a Trump Tweet Sabotage a Popular Bipartisan Bill to Restore Tribal Lands?

Ali Tal-Mason July 5, 2019

Last month marked the 85th anniversary of the passage of the FDR-era Indian Reorganization Act. It is now up to Congress to make this milestone a happy one.

Hailed by supporters as the “Indian New Deal,” the IRA was enacted in 1934 to revitalize Indian tribes by reinstating their homelands and tribal self-government. With its emphasis on restoring tribal sovereignty, culture, and land, the IRA is a staple of American Indian law and policy.

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