Indian Affairs | 1991
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1991 Press Releases

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Interior Secretary Lujan Rejects Application by Nebraska Tribe to Take Land in Trust for Casino In Iowa
Indian, Federal Officials to Meet in Tampa, Florida, December 16-18
Tribes and Associations contribute more than $20,000 for white House Conference on Indian Education
Indian, Federal Officials to Meet in San Diego, California, November 19-21
White House Conference Co-Chairs Named (White House Conference on Indian Education News Release)
Interior Secretary Lujan Implements Glen Canyon Dam Operating Criteria
Interior Secretary Lujan Announces Agreement on Animas-La Plata Water Project
Indian, Federal Officials Meet in Anchorage, Alaska, October 15-17
Indian, Federal Officials Meet in Bismarck, ND, September 4-6
Interior Department asks for comments on Proposed Rules for taking land in trust for Indian tribes.
Interior and OMB Act to Cure Lack of Accountability in Indian Trust Funds
Interior Secretary Lujan will authorize call for elections to approve Proposed Constitutions in Native Villages in Alaska
Interior secretary Lujan Appoints David L. Matheson Deputy commissioner of Indian Affairs
Statement by the Secretary of the Interior Manuel Lujan on Indian School Report
Advisory Committee for White House Conference on Indian Education Holds First Meeting in Washington, D.C.
Department of the Interior Seeks Comment on Proposed Procedures for Casino-Type Gaming by Mashantucket Pequot Tribe of Connecticut
Bureau of Indian Affairs Clears Whitehorn in Child Abuse Case
Minerals Management Service Increases Funding for Indian Minerals Royalty Cooperative Audit Program
Interior Secretary Lujan Names Jana McKeag to National Indian Gaming Commission
Bureau of Indian Affairs Budget Request of $1.9 Billion for FY 1992 Focuses on Reform of Delivery of Services
Interior Secretary Lujan Recommits the Interior Department to Improve Stewardship in the Fiscal Year 1992 Budget
Bureau of Indian Affairs, Peace Corps Sign Agreement for Recruitment of Returned Peace Corps Volunteers to Teach in BIA-Funded Schools
Interior and OMB Act to Address Financial Accountability Problems at the Bureau of Indian Affairs
Interior Secretary Lujan Names Task Force to Study Reorganization of the Bureau of Indian Affairs