The Navajo Nation Council Naabik’iyati Committee is meeting today, July 13, in the Council chambers in Window Rock, Ariz.
The Navajo Nation Council is convening their five-day summer session on Monday, July 18, at the Council chambers in Window Rock, Ariz.
The Council’s annual summer session horseback ride is scheduled to arrive at the tribal fairgrounds in Window Rock on Sunday. The riders will then ride to the Council chambers the morning of July 18.
An annual bicycle ride, the Fourth annual Riding in Siih Hasin, will also be arriving at the tribal fairgrounds on Sunday, July 17. The bicyclists, who started from the Twin Arrows Casino & Resort on on Monday, July 11, will also be riding to the Council chambers the morning of July 18.
Proposed legislation on the Naabik’iyati Committee’s proposed agenda for July 13 are:
LEGISLATION 0173-16: An Action Relating to Law and Order, Health, Education and Human Services and Naabik’íyáti’; Requesting the United States Congress to Appropriate Funds to Construct a Navajo Code Talkers National Monument in the Nation’s Capital (Washington, DC) SPONSOR: Council Delegate Edmund Yazzie
LEGISLATION 0183-16: An Action Relating to Resources and Development, Law and Order, Naabik’íyáti’ Committees and the Navajo Nation Council; Amending Navajo Nation Code, Title 26: Navajo Nation Local Governance Act SPONSOR: Council Delegate Davis Filfred
LEGISLATION 0184-16: An Action Relating to Resources and Development, Naabik’íyáti’ Committees, and Navajo Nation Council; Respectfully Requesting the Navajo Nation Chapters to Livestream the Navajo Nation Council Session Within their Chapters during Navajo Nation Council Week SPONSOR: Councll Delegate Davis Filfred
LEGISLATION 0185-16: An Action Relating to Law and Order and Naabik’íyáti’ Committees and Navajo Nation Council; Amending 2 N.N.C. § 700, to Provide for a Leadership Meeting Between the Navajo Nation Council and the President and Executive Directors before a Regular Session of the Navajo Nation Council SPONSOR: Council Delegate Davis Filfred
LEGISLATION 0189-16: An Action Relating to Health, Education and Human Services and Naabik’íyáti’ Committee; To Proclaim the Second Week of July as Síhasin for Healthy Communities Week SPONSOR: Honorable Alton Joe Shepherd CO-SPONSOR: Council Delegate Tuchoney Slim, Jr.
LEGISLATION 0200-16: An Action Relating to Health, Education and Human Services and Naabik’íyáti’; Supporting Written Comments of the Tuba City Regional Health Care on Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System’s Proposed Section 115 Waiver Request Relative to Uncompensated Care, Traditional Healing and American Indian Medical Home SPONSOR: Council Delegate Jonathan L. Hale
LEGISLATION 0205-16: An Action Relating to Naabik’íyáti’ Committee; Supporting Native Hawaiian People in Reestablishing a Government-to-Government Relationship with the United States Government SPONSOR: Council Delegate Walter Phelps
LEGISLATION 0211-16: An Action Relating to Law and Order and Naabik’íyáti’ Committees and Navajo Nation Council; Amending the Navajo Nation Code at 17 N.N.C. § 2105, Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act SPONSOR: Honorable Raymond Smith, Jr. CO-SPONSOR: Council Delegate Alton Joe Shepherd
As the Naabik’iyati Committee members are deliberating on the adoption of their agenda, committee members can add or delete items from their agenda before voting to adopt their agenda. Items can be added after the vote but that would require a super majority vote or a minimum of 16 “yes” votes.
The following bills will move to the Councilj’s proposed agenda after Naabik’iyati Committee action: 0183-16; 0185-16, and 0211-16. The Naabik’iyati Committee has final authority over 0173-16; 0189-16: 0200-16, and :0205-16.
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