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News stories tagged with "native-land-claim"

Oneida Nation Sponsors Third "Hate Group" Conference

The Oneida Nation will host a national conference on "hate groups" this spring at their casino in Upstate New York. It's the third such meeting the Nation has sponsored. David Sommerstein has more.  Go to full article

Tribal Coalition Says Property Rights Group is Spreading Hate

Native groups accuse an Upstate property rights group of hateful actions over land claims in central New York. David Sommerstein expands on yesterday's report.  Go to full article

Tribal Coalition Says Property Rights Group is Spreading Hate

A national coalition of native tribes is accusing an upstate property rights group of spreading hateful and threatening messages about native Americans. David Sommerstein reports.  Go to full article

Judge Orders Interest Paid on Cayuga Land Claim

A federal judge has ordered New York state to pay the Cayuga Nation in central New York over two million dollars in interest for lands the state acquired illegally two centuries ago. The decision could set a precedent for other native land claims cases in New York. David Sommerstein reports.  Go to full article

Pataki Reassures Property Owners in Tribal Land Claims Suit

Last Friday Governor Pataki assured property owners that they had been dropped from land claims lawsuits with native tribes. But attorneys representing the tribes call the comments misleading and political posturing for the upcoming race for governor in 2002. David Sommerstein reports.  Go to full article

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