No prosecution of natural resources violators, Hemp Clean up, etc before Resources Committee & Law and Order Committee, 9 am, 3.23.21

Greetings Relatives/Frens/Humans,The Navajo Nation Council Law & Order Committee and the Resources & Development Committee are meeting together in a Leadership Meeting to debate “several overlapping concerns and issues”, such as Hemp Farm clean up; the authority & jurisdiction of police officers and natural resources offices; jurisdiction and enforcement issues by natural resources enforcement officers; […]

Navajo Council Law & Order Committee: Therapy for First Responders. 10 am, 3.22.21

AGENDA OF THE LAW AND ORDER COMMITTEE24TH NAVAJO NATION COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING – VIA TELECONFERENCEMarch 22, 2021 10:00 A.MPRESIDING: Honorable Eugenia Charles-Newton, ChairwomanHonorable Otto Tso, Vice ChairpersonLOCATION: VIA TELECOMMUNICATIONCALL IN NUMBER:(669)900-6833: MEETING ID:562 628 2566 PASSCODE: 86515 [ ] Hon. Eugenia Charles-Newton [ } Hon. Otto Tso[ ] Hon. Vince James [ ] Hon. Edmund […]

Navajo Council State Task Force debates Council’s Az Priorities-#1 COVID-19 relief aid, 9 am, 3.22.21

Greetings Relatives/Frens/Humans,The Navajo Council Naabik’iyati Committee’s State Task Force is meeting today to debate Naabi Resolution NANABID-60-20: An Action Relating to Naabik’iyati’ Committee; Approving and Adopting the 2021 Legislative Priorities of the Navajo Nation Relating to the State of Arizona, which means NANABID-60-21 is the Navajo Council’s 2121 Navajo Nation legislative priorities for the Arizona […]

Dine’ Hataaliis; Nursing Home security; Schools Reopening on Health, Education, Human Services Committee agenda, 3.17.21, 10 am

Greetings Relatives/Frens/Human,The Navajo Council Health, Education & Human Services Committee has an Agenda packed with really Important issues, such as hearing from our Dine’ Hataaliis/Leaders, not Navajo politicians/Council Delegates. The HEHS will also hear from Nez-lizer administration about how their Mindless/Zombie decision to ELMINATE a Federally Mandated Omsbudsman to Monitor Nursing Homes that have our […]

Shiprock Hemp Farmers FINALLY Get their Time to Speak, 10 am, 3.17.21, Navajo Council Resources Committee

Greetings Relatives/Frens/Humans, The Navajo Council Resources & Development Committee FINALLY scheduled Time for Shiprock Hemp Farmers to FINALLY have Their Voices HEARD this morning, 3.17.21.The RDC has also Scheduled NTEC/Navajo Transitional Energy Company for Another Verbal Report, hopefully there will be a Written Report that RDC – By NAVAJO LAW – must provide to We, […]

Shiprock, NM, man charged with murder, 3.15.21

FEDERAL PRESS RELEASE – Navajo man charged with murder in Indian Country ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (3.15.21) – Jameson Begaye, 41, of Shiprock, New Mexico, and an enrolled member of the Navajo Nation, made an initial appearance on March 12 in federal court, charged with murder committed in Indian Country. Begaye will remain in custody pending a […]

Navajo Council: SOI Haaland represents Progress for all Tribal Nations, 3.15.21

WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. — Navajo leaders gave the following statements after the United States Senate voted Monday to confirm former-Representative Debra Haaland to Secretary of the US Department of the Interior. Speaker Seth Damon (Bááháálí, Chichiltah, Manuelito, Tsé Łichíí’, Rock Springs, Tsayatoh) said: “The Senate’s confirmation today of Congresswoman Debra Haaland to lead the US […]

How Native communities can access $31.2B American Rescue Plan, 3.15.21

FEDERAL PRESS RELEASE – SCHATZ RELEASES COVID-19 RELIEF GUIDE, FAQS TO HELP NATIVE COMMUNITIES ACCESS FEDERAL RESOURCES At Least $31.2 Billion, Biggest One-Time Investment in U.S. History, Heading to Native Communities in American Rescue Plan; Resource Guide, FAQs on Historic $31.2 Billion for Native Communities WASHINGTON – U.S. Senator Brian Schatz (D-Hawai‘i), chairman of the […]

Navajo scholarship office calls for Support of bill to ease regs for Counseling License, 3.11.21

PRESS RELEASE – Passage of New Mexico HB-0178 Urged to Ease Regulatory Burden on Students Seeking Counseling Licensure WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. – A New Mexico legislature bill, HB-0178, that removes a major counseling and therapy licensure barrier for students who complete an Associate degree in Human Services, is halfway through the legislative process. On Jan. […]