Our Spring 2021 issue of Van Ness Feldman's Native Affairs Quarterly, written by members of our Native Affairs practice is now available. Included in this issue:
- VAWA Reauthorization Brings Renewed Focus on Jurisdiction, Particularly for Alaska Native Tribes
- The Biden Administration Makes Tribal Consultation a Priority
- Tribes and Cannabis: Next Steps for Tribes to Consider While Awaiting Federal Legislation
- Department of Defense Indian Incentive Program Funding Fix to Help Clear the Rebate Backlog and Increase Benefits to Native American Subcontractors
- The Biden Administration’s Emphasis on Combating Climate Change and Advancing Environmental Justice: What Does It Mean for Indian Country?
- The Overlap of Native American Rights and EJ: How the Concerns of Tribal Nations are Included in, but not Exhausted by, Climate Change and Environmental Justice Policies
- Addressing the Combined Impact of Historical Trauma and the COVID-19 Pandemic
- Role of Native CDFIs Expected to Strengthen with New Programs Focused on CDFIs as Engines of Growth and Recovery
- Update on Efforts to Establish a Proportional Set-Aside for Indian Country Within the New Markets Tax Credit Program
- Congress Needs to Provide Equitable Treatment for Native-Owned Businesses Participating in BIA’s Loan Guarantee Program
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