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Indian Federal Recognition Administrative Procedures Act of 1991 Hearing before the Select Committee on Indian Affairs, United States Senate, One Hundred ... October 22, 1991, Washington, DC (S. hrg) by United States

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ISBN 100160383935
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In , the Burt Lake Band’s ancestors first petitioned the Bureau of Indian to Affairs be recognized under the Indian Recognition Act of Pl.’s Mem. at The Department never issued a final decision on that petition. Pl.’s Mem. at On September 6, , the Band applied for federal recognition under the Part 83 Process. be recognized under the Indian Recognition Act of Pl.’s Mem. at The Department never issued a final decision on that petition. Pl.’s Mem. at On September 6, , the Band applied for federal recognition under the Part 83 Process. Pl.’s Mem. at It took twenty years. amend the Indian Reorganization Act to make all federally recognized Indian tribes eligible for trust land acquisition. There are also a number of bills providing federal recognition of or land acquisitions for particular tribes with provisions restricting IGRA gaming for those tribes or on those lands.   Justice Sotomayor, the lone dissenter, said the ruling will lead to many lawsuits and allows any individual to “sue under the Administrative Procedure Act to divest the Federal Government of title to and possession of land held in trust for Indian tribes.”.

In exercising the authority of the Secretary of the Interior to review decisions issued by officials of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, the Board of Indian Appeals is not limited by the standards of review set forth in the Administrative Procedure Act, 5 U.S.C. § (), for review of agency decisionmaking by the Federal .   The recognition also would allow the tribes to repatriate remains of their ancestors stored at the Smithsonian. However, they would be barred from operating casinos. There are currently 11 state-recognized tribes in Virginia and more than federally recognized Indian tribes, many of whom navigated the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs process. PL Administrative Procedure Technical Amendments Act of (enacted 8/26/92) This Act recodifies provisions of the Administrative Conference Act and the Negotiated Rulemaking Act of ; amends the Administrative Dispute Resolution Act to redefine "issue in controversy" to include an issue in dispute between persons who would be. Federal Indian Child Welfare Act inquiry: CHC Reason to know a child is an Indian child; federal Indian Child Welfare Act CHC Right to present evidence and examine witnesses: CHC Adjudication by the court: CHC Burden of proof: CHC Adjudication order: CHC Vacation of adjudication: CHC Predisposition.

1. Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) was enacted in , and took effect 5 July It revised the public disclosure section of the Administrative Procedure Act. 5 U.S.C. § () (enacted in , amended in , and now codified at 5 U.S.C. § ) 2. “The basic purpose of the FOIA is to ensure an informed citizenry, vital to. Federal Court Decisions. This page provides links to all Federal Courts and case summaries of Indian law cases decided by the United States Supreme Court from through with links to the court syllabus, the full opinions for each case, and all dissents. This page also contains information concerning Indian law cases pending before the U.S. Supreme Court during the current term. After obtaining federal recognition, the Tribe began urging the Secretary to accept a deed of trust to the 1, acres conveyed to it under the Rhode Island Indian Claims Settlement Act. 25 CFR § () (providing that federal recognition is needed before an Indian tribe may seek “the protection, services, and benefits of the Federal. The Native Hawaiian Government Reorganization Act of S/HR was a bill before the th Congress. It is commonly known as the Akaka Bill after Senator Daniel Akaka of Hawaii, who has proposed various forms of this bill since The bill proposes to establish a process for US federal recognition of Native Hawaiians similar to an Indian tribe.