SANTA FE, N.M., April 19 (UPI) -- New Mexico and Navajo officials Tuesday signed an historic settlement that resolves claims of the Navajo Nation to water from the San Juan River. Gov. Bill Richardson, Attorney General Patricia Madrid and Navajo Nation President Joe Shirley signed the pac
WASHINGTON, Dec. 2 (UPI) -- The Supreme Court heard argument Monday on whether the United States may end up owing the Navajo Nation some major damages, possibly up to $600 million. A lower court has said the government is liable for its Reagan-era intervention in a mineral-rights ne
WASHINGTON, June 3 (UPI) -- The Supreme Court said Monday that it would review whether the United States owes the Navajo Nation up to $600 million. A lower court has said the federal gover
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PHO2000101303 -13 OCTOBER 2000 - PHOENIX, ARIZONA: Jimmy Gould, a member of the Navajo Nation, wears a sign urging voters to vote against Proposition 203, during a march through Phoenix, Arizona, October 13, 2000. "Dooda" is the Navajo word for "no." The Navajo tribe is the largest Native American tribe in Arizona and has mobilized against Proposition 203, which is the most contentious ballot initiative on Arizona's November ballot. It would eliminate bilingual education in Arizona's public schools. The initiative is being funded by California businessman Ron Untz, who has funded similar initiatives in California. Several hundred Native American and Hispanic rights activists marched through Phoenix Friday to protest Proposition 203..cc/jk/Jack Kurtz UPI
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