Indian Affairs | 1993

1993 Press Releases


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Statement By Ada Deer, Assistant Secretary-Indian Affairs, Department Of The Interior, Regarding The Inspector General’s Audit Report On Indian Gaming
Interior Department Completes Actions To Implement Fort McDowell Indian Community Water Rights Settlement
Shoshone, Arapaho Tribes Join MMS In Cooperative Audit Program
Interior Publishes Revised List Of Alaska Native Tribes Eligible For Services From Bureau Of Indian Affairs
Interior Department Issues Opinion On Tribal Entitlement To Klamath River Fish
Ada Deer To Attend Public Forum In Connecticut
NPS Compiles List Of Contacts To Help Federal Agencies And Museums Comply With The Native American Graves Protection And Repatriation Act
Bureau Of Reclamation Announces Policy To Protect Indian Trust Assets
President Clinton Names Ada Deer As Assistant Secretary For Indian Affairs
Commerce And Interior Departments Set Chinook Salmon Management Measures
Secretary Babbitt Approves Campo Landfill Lease, Sets Tough Guidelines For New Indian Waste Facility Proposals
Bureau Of Indian Affairs Budget Request For FY 1994 Is $2.4 Billion; Among Largest Requests In History
Clinton's Interior Budget Provides Major Investments For Parks And Natural Resource Protection; Urges Bigger Role For Science
Notice Press Conference President's Fiscal Year 1994 Budget
Statement Of Secretary Bruce Babbitt On The Status Of Indian Gaming Negotiations For Arizona
Statement Of Interior Secretary Bruce Babbitt Released After His Meeting With Tribal Leaders
Statement Of Secretary Bruce Babbitt Released After His Meeting With Governors, At Which Indian Gaming Issues Were Discussed
Minerals Management Service Announces Funding For Indian Minerals Cooperative Audit Program
Bureau Of Indian Affairs Rebuild America Economic Stimulus Package Proposed By President Clinton
Interior Secretary Lujan Signs Agreement Implementing Water Settlement With Fort McDowell Indian Community
Interior Solicitor Issues Legal Opinion On Alaska Native Village Powers