"Coronavirus in Indian Country: Tribal and Urban Organizations "

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"Coronavirus in Indian Country: Tribal and Urban
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“In the fight against COVID-19, tribal nations face many of the same health, education, and economic public policy challenges as non-Native state and local governments. However, they are further hindered by an obstacle course of red tape and administrative misapplications from the federal government that prevents tribes from fully utilizing their sovereign authority and hamper their pandemic defense and recovery strategies. This is an area that some U.S. representatives feel deserves the full attention of Congress and the Administration. The House Natural Resources Committee Democrats hosted a virtual roundtable discussion in which members of The House of Representatives listened to leading experts from Indian Country about how federal relief support could be improved to provide tribes with the resources and flexibility they need to provide for their people.” #IndigenousStories

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