Controversial Helium Development Legislation on Navajo Council Winter Session agenda, 10 am, 1.24-28.22

Greetings Relatives/Frens/Humans, The Navajo Council convened its five-day Winter Session today, Jan. 24. It is now 11.14 am and the Council is debating its agenda. Health, Education & Human Services Committee Chairman Daniel Tso asked to add seven legislation: Legislations 0003-22, 0005-22; 0006-22; 0009-22; 0111-21; 0112-21; 0251-21 & Legislation regarding Vicious Dogs Attacks.
The Council voted 21 in favor, zero opposed to Add 8 Pieces of Legislation to its Winter Session Agenda.
I will try to keep this Blog Updated with the Council’s latest actions. Ahe’hee for your Understanding & Patience and for Keeping an Eye on the Navajo Government.

It is now 11:28 am, 1.24.22 and Law & Order Committee Chairwoman Eugenia Charles-Newton asking to move HARDSHIP ASSISTANCE Report from Acting Controller Elizabeth Begaye ahead of State of the Nation Address by President Nez.

It is now 11:40 am, 1.24.22, and Law & Order Committee Vice Chairman Otto Tso is asking to have Acting Controller Elizabeth Begaye make her Report on Hardship Assistance & Other Financial Updates with President Nez’s State of the Naton Address.
Good Luck Elizabeth…Nez may just keeping talking until there’s no more time…
Budget & Finance Committee member Elmer Begay says he’ll Second Otto Tso’s request.

It is now 11:28 am, 1.24.22 and Law & Order Committee Chairwoman Eugenia Charles-Newton asking to move HARDSHIP ASSISTANCE Report from Acting Controller Elizabeth Begaye ahead of State of the Nation Address by President Nez.

It is now 11:40 am, 1.24.22, and Law & Order Committee Vice Chairman Otto Tso is asking to have Acting Controller Elizabeth Begaye make her Report on Hardship Assistance & Other Financial Updates with President Nez’s State of the Naton Address.
Good Luck Elizabeth…Nez may just keeping talking until there’s no more time…
Budget & Finance Committee member Elmer Begay says he’ll Second Otto Tso’s request.

iT is now 11:52 am, 1.24.22, and the Lights Have Finally Come On!! LOL!! Law & Order Committee Vice Chairman Otto Tso says there needs to be an Interpretor for the People to Understand what is said in Dine’ & English. I have been covering Council for more than 30 years and the Navajo Govt – prez, vice prez, council, courts, justice dept; controller; office of management and budget, police – and the Council and the Rest of Our Navajo Govt, especially Gaming Enterprise, Navajo Transitional Energy Company, NTUA, etc – have NEVER AUTOMATICALLY distributed Electronically on their WEBSITES, by email, by mail ALL the WRITTEN REPORTS, especially FINANCIAL Reports, HARDSHIP ASSISTANCE, CARES Expenditures; ARPA Expenditures; All PROPOSALS for $2.1 BILLION ARPA. OUr Navajo Govt shud Mandate Navajo Govt CLASSES at all levels of Education, at the Chapters, Libraries, etc. so the People Know it is their RIGHT to know what their Navajo Govt is Doing in Our Name, With Our Money; With Our Vehicles, with Our Employees, With Our buildings; with our CARES Covid relief Aid, with our ARPA Covid Relief Aid.

It is now 12:05 pm, 1.24.22, and the Council is voting on having on the Council hear a HARDSHP REPORT from Acting Controller Elizabeth Begaye before Council hears from President Nez on the State of the Nation Address. The Council voted 9 in favor, 11 opposed. Amendment Fails.
UNOFFICIAL voting Talley:
Elmer Begay Green; Kee Allen Begay RED; Paul Begay RED; Nathaniel Brown Green; Eugenia Charles Newton Green; Amber Kanazbah Crotty Green; Herman Daniels Jr. RED; Mark Freeland RED; Pernell Halona RED; Jamie Henio RED; Vince James Green; Rickie Nez RED; Carl Slater EXCUSED; Raymond Smith Jr. RED; Wilson Stewart Jr. RED; Otto Tso Green; Charlaine Tso Green; Daniel Tso Green; Eugene Tso NoVote; Thomas Walker Jr. RED; Edison Wauneka RED; Edmund Yazzie EXCUSED; Jimmy Yellowhair Green.

It is now 12:13 pm, 1.24.22, and Resources & Development Committee Chairman Rickie Nez asks to remove his Legislation 0208-21 from agenda. The Council votes 21 in favor, zero opposed.

It is now 12:18 pm, 1.24.22, and the Council is voting on adopting its agenda. The Council voted 20 in favor, zero opposed.

it is now 12:25 pm, 1.24.22, and Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez is presenting the State of the Navajo Nation Address.
He’s thanking Front Line Workers. (FYI – i asked nez if he was proposing to buy Rapid Home Test Kits for the People with some of the $2.1 Billion in ARPA COVID relief aid. He said IHS is buying Rapid Home Test Kits. SMH)
Nez continues pushing for the Use of $2.1 Billion for Infrastructure.

It is now 12:36 pm, 1.24.22, and Navajo Vice President Myron Lizer talks about economic development. He promotes NTUA Solar Farm and non-Navajo housing project at former Navajo Generating Station.

FYI – I read press releases from Nez & Lizer and so all that Nez & Lizer are reporting in their State of the Navajo Nation Address are in their Press Releases, which can be found on their Facebook page.

Interesting – Lizer said Nez & he are proposing the hiring of Ten more Animal Control Officers in their 2023 annual operating budget. FINALLY. Good Grief!!!!

It is now 12:48 pm, 1.24.22, and Prez Nez & Vice Prez Lizer finished delivering the State of the Navajo Nation Address. Speaker Seth Damon calls on the Council for questions.
Council Delegate Elmer Begay is speaking about chapters in western area of rez are ready to go on their own because the western chapters are ahead of the broadband game.

It is now 12:48 pm, 1.24.22, and Prez Nez & Vice Prez Lizer finished delivering the State of the Navajo Nation Address. Speaker Seth Damon calls on the Council for questions.
Council Delegate Elmer Begay is speaking about chapters in western area of rez are ready to go on their own because the western chapters are ahead of the broadband game.

It is now 1 pm, 1.24.22, and Prez Nez says coal is no longer on the horizon for Navajo but it might come back…
SMH, GOOD GRIEF – WTH!! Is Nez saying that he Wishing & Hoping for Coal to Come Back?!

It is now 1:41 pm, 1.24.22, and Prez Nez is answering questions from Council Delegates:
Nez says he doesn’t agree with BIA livestock limit of ten sheep units for each BIA grazing permit, BUT the health of the land and the drought must be considered also.

Nez&lizer and the Council need to REMEMBER:
Our Dine’ who fought to stay on their ancestral homelands in the former Navajo-Hopi-US land dispute area, had their Grazing Permits CANCELLED for No Reason.
Our Relatives from Big Mountain decided to continue living with the land by continuing the Dine’ Sustainable Way of Life, which involves being ranchers and farmers. They Have Been Asking for the Return of their Grazing Permits for Years. And now Nez is telling them that the Land cannot sustain more ten sheep per grazing permit. And if you want a horse or cow, then your ten sheep units decrease.
The Big Mountain area is what former Navajo Nation Chairman Peter MacDonald and the Council signed over to Peabody Coal to strip mine coal/the Liver of Mother Earth. Nez&Lizer and the Council continue Crying about the Loss of $30 Million from Coal Royalties from Peabody because the Kayenta Mine and Navajo Generating Station shut down. But lately that $30M has Ballooned to a lost of $50M, which is what Nez & the Council are claiming now.
They also always CLAIM that Money is Needed for Services for the People. Well, IF there were Services then the Dine’ Would not be Asking for HARDSHIP ASSISTANCE!!!!
And WHY do our Dine’ have to ASK for Hardship Assistance. The $2.1 Billion in ARPA funds is for the Dine’ cuz each one of our CIBs numbers were used to get the $2.1B. We were also counted in getting the $714M in CARES money. Why aren’t our Elected Officials Aware of ALL our Needs, and not just us here on the rez. We have Relatives Living Off the Rez who were also Counted but they are not included for Housing, Bathroom Additions, Water & Electric Hookups, Rez Roads, Xmas Toys for Tots; Turkeys; etc.
And whee is the REPORT on WHERE the $714M was Spent! That Report Should SHOW what Criteria was used to appropriate $714M and where the funds made the most Impact and change,
If Nez is so Concerned about Our Mother Earth/Homeland, then Why hasn’t Nez&Lizer and the Council Called for ARPA Proposals from their Dine’ on How To Revive Our Homeland from Climate Damage; Reviving Dine’ Sustainable Ranching, Dine’ Farming, Dine’ Gardening; Reviving Dine’ Sustainable Economic Development, such as Weaving, Butchering, Cooking, Dying, Herbal therapy; etc.
We are no longer in Climate Change; It is Climate Damage. We are not in an annual DROUGHT. This Drought is the Result of Climate Damage created by GreenHouse Gases which come from coal, oil & gas, helium, etc. Our Beautiful Home/Homeland needs HELP!!!!! Supplies Lines outside the Rez are Impacting stores. We need Nez&Lizer and the Council to Welcome our Young Educated Dine’ who Understand why our Homeland, Mother Earth deserves ARPA support. We are All Living here in our Homeland and on Mother Earth. We Must Take Care of our Homeland first!!!!

It is now 2:28 pm, 1.24.22, and Prez Nez said there are 402,000 Dine’.
Vice Prez Lizer continues promoting Buy Navajo. He says only 13 places to buy food, fresh produce. He also says he and nez have always been adovcates of Navajo small businesses.
How many Navajo small businesses have been established since Nez&Lizer were inauguated? And under nez&lizer, basha’s left the rez and turned their business over to a california company.

iT is now 2:42 pm, 1.24.22, and Council Delegate Herman Daniels commends Prez Nez for his work in controlling COVID. He also aks where can people buy N95 masks.
FYI – nez&lizer and Jill jim are promoting the wearing of N95 masks but No Stores on the Rez are Selling N05s. And Navajo Health Director Jill Jim, Ph.D., told Council Delegates that she did not order & did not purchase Rapid Home Test Kits for the Dine’ people.
And one of Council delegates compared Jill Jim, Ph.D., to Dr. Fuci. DANGEROUS!!!! Nez&Lizer and the Council refer to Jill Jim as Doctor Jill Jim. But Jill Jim is not a MEDICAL DOCTOR. Jill Jim’s Ph.D., is in health management. Jill Jim has NO ETHICS to allow the Public to believe she is Medical Doctor Jill Jim. Nez&Lizer have No Ethics in MISLEADING the Public into Believing Jill Jim is a MEDICAL DOCTOR. The Council has NO ETHICS in MISLEADING the Public that Jill Jim is a MEDICAL DOCTOR!!!!

It is now 3:06 pm, I.24.22, and Law & Order Committee Chairwoman Eugenia Charles Newton is asking Nez about food sovereignty, Navajo small business people; helium development; alcohol and drug abuse counseling.

It is now 3:16 pm, 1.24.22, and Prez Nez said he had meeting with Community Bridges Inc. about bringing alcohol and drug abuse to remote areas and renovating tribal govt building into a half way house. Nez said Community Bridges Inc. would operate alcohol & drug services on the Navajo Nation because takes a lot to operate such facilities. I Appreciate CBI which has facilities in Phx, Holbrook. Lizer working on restarting RMCH Behavioral Health Services.
Vice prez lizer will talk about Economic recovery group
Helium opportunities but still some uncertainties. Had mtg with NOG a year ago so we need an update for that opportunity. And I say opportunity cuz pple taking attn of helium which is green.
Heard from local communities to balance all of that. Understand had mtg yesterday and majority of mtg was on helium development.
I agree with Delegate Edmund Yazzie to take some time to put ARPA proposal together. Naabi tabled for 60 days the Nez&Lizer $1.15 billion ARPA infrastructure plan.
FYI – Why is nez&lizer going outside our Homeland for Help. We are Taught that All our Solutions & Needs Are Here within our Homeland. We have young educated Dine’ Professionals who Understand Why our Dine’ Traditions Must be a Part of Our Healing from alcohol, drugs and other ADDICTIONS/SICKNESS and Why We Must Alway Look to our Young Dine’ Professionals who Respect & Believe in Our Dine’ Traditonal Ways/Dine’ Fundamental Law.
i googled Community Bridges Inc. and got Employee Reviews of Community Bridges. Please Read. Very Interesting…
https://www.indeed.com/cmp/Community-Bridges,-Inc./reviews
And Take a Look at the Directors for Community Bridges:
https://www.indeed.com/cmp/Community-Bridges,-Inc./reviews

It is now 4:34 pm, 1.24.22, and Council Delegate Otto Tso asks that Reports for Speaker Seth Damon and Chief Justice JoAnn Jayne be Accepted by Vote. Council Delegate Eugenia Charles Newton seconds Tso’s motion.
Delegate Kee Allen Begay says he’s been trying to contact KTNN about having the Hardship Assistance Report by Acting Navajo Nation Controller Elizabeth Begaye. Begay says the People deserve to hear Reports from Speaker and Chief Justice. He adds that KTNN needs to broadcast the Hardship Assistance Report in Navajo so Navajo people are accurately informed about Hardship Assistance Report.
Speaker Damon says KTNN cannot broadcast live tonight but they can record Controller’s Report and Broadcast later. We have not talked to them about translating Controller’s Report into the Navajo language. Have on KGAK and KNDN. KGAK said that once Controller’s Report goes Live, KGAK will go Live. KNDN will record and broadcast later. And Navajo Transitional University Radio will also go Live with Controller’s Report.

It is now 4:51 pm, 1.24.22, and the Council is voting on Suspending their Agenda to Accept Reports from Speaker Damon and Chief Justice so the Council will Hear from Acting Controller Elizabeth Begaye on Hardship Assistance. The Vote is 17 in favor, 3 opposed.
Elmer Begay Green; Kee Allen Begay Red; Paul Begay Green; Nathaniel Brown NoVote; Eugenia Charles Newton Green; Amber Kanazbah Crotty NoVote; Herman Daniels Jr. Red; Mark Freeland Green; Pernell Halona Green; Jamie Henio Green; Vince James Green; Rickie Nez Green; Carl Slater Green; Raymond Smith Jr. Green; Wilson Stewart Jr. Red; Otto Tso Green; Charlaine Tso Green; Daniel Tso Green; Eugene Tso Green; Thomas Walker Jr. Green; Edison Wauneka Green; Edmund Yazzie EXCUSED; Jimmy Yellowhair Green.

It is now 4:57 pm, 1.24.22, and the Council is Voting on Accepting the Reports of Speaker Damon and Chief Justice Jayne. The vote is 16 in favor, 4 opposed.
Unofficial Voting Tally:
Elmer Begay Green; Kee Allen Begay Red; Paul Begay Green; Nathaniel Brown NoVote; Eugenia Charles Newton Green; Amber Kanazbah Crotty NoVote; Herman Daniels Jr. Red; Mark Freeland Green; Pernell Halona Green; Jamie Henio Green; Vince James Green; Rickie Nez Green; Carl Slater Green; Raymond Smith Jr. Green; Wilson Stewart Jr. Red; Otto Tso Green; Charlaine Tso Green; Daniel Tso Green; Eugene Tso Green; Thomas Walker Jr. Green; Edison Wauneka Green; Edmund Yazzie EXCUSED; Jimmy Yellowhair Red.

It is now 5:05 pm, 1.24.22, and the Council is Hearing Hardship Report from Acting Controller Elizabeth Begaye.

It is now 5:29 pm, 1.24.22, and the individual whom Acting Controller Elizabeth Begaye said would interpret her Report from English to Navajo says she’s uncomfortable interpreting financial numbers into Navajo.

Acting Controller Elizabeth Begaye said the Interpreter that was suppose to interpret for her is on leave because of COVID.

FYI – If you were Listening to Acting Controller Begaye’s Report, she read her Report, which is posted here on my blog.

It is now 5:40 pm, 1.24.22, and the Navajo Council posted this Address to View Financial Report by Navajo Nation Acting Controller Elizabeth Begaye, which includes Hardship Assistance Update.
https://www.navajonationcouncil.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/NNOOC_1st_Quarter_Report_for_2022_Winter_Session.pdf?fbclid=IwAR2LQX72rily9TKII3hOZ_-b3gY-hqgzZQ8b0JpMAHd5L0p9ZuRUXasmSVE

It is now 6:05 pm, 1.24.22, and If you Tune Into Navajo Technical University radio station or KNDN radio station in Farmington, they are both doing a Live Broadcast of Council Hardship Assistance Report and Financial Report from Acting Controller Elizabeth Begaye. KTNN is recording it and will Broadcast at a Later Time.

It is now 6:06 pm, 1.24.22, and Acting Controller Elizabeth Begaye said it will take her office a couple of month to process about 345,000 Hardship Assistance that are funded with ARPA money.
The CARES Hardship Assistance checks for 48,000 Dine’ who are 60 years and older will take about a week to process.
Begaye said she could ask Wells Fargo Bank to help the Controller’s Office produce the ARPA Hardship Assistance checks. Controller Begaye said her office is only able to produce 5,000 checks a day.

It is now 7:48 pm, 1.24.22, and the Council voted 18 in favor, 3 opposed to Accept Acting Controller Elizabeth Begaye’s financial report, which included Hardship Assistance.
Unofficial Voting Tally:.
Elmer Begay Green; Kee Allen Begay Green; Paul Begay Green; Nathaniel Brown Green; Eugenia Charles Newton Red; Amber Kanazbah Crotty NoVote; Herman Daniels Green; Mark Freeland Green; Pernell Halona Green; Jamie Henio Green; Vince James Red; Rickie Nez Green; Carl Slater Green; Raymond Smith Jr. Green; Wilson Stewart Jr. Green; Otto Tso Green; Charlaine Tso Red; Daniel Tso Green; Eugene Tso Green; Thomas Walker Jr. Green; Edison Wauneka Green; Edmund Yazzie EXCUSED; Jimmy Yellowhair Green.

It is now 7:54 pm, 1.24.22, and the Council is voting on Recessing & taking up Reports when they reconvene tomorrow, 1.25.22. The vote is 15 in favor, 5 oppossed to Recess.
Speaker Damon says that Tomorrow, 1.25.22, from 8:30 am to 9:15 am, there will be Yei Bei Chais at the Council.
9:15 am Recogniton of Navajo Nation Elders Day and Wear Purple Day
And I am Signing Off…May Peace Prevail on Mother Earth!

PROPOSED AGENDA OF THE 24th NAVAJO NATION COUNCIL WINTER SESSION, Jan. 24 – 28, 2022, 10 AM, Window Rock, Navajo Nation (AZ)

VIA TELECONFERENCE: Call-in Number: (669) 900-6833, Meeting ID: 928 871 7160, Passcode: 86515
Livestream will be available online at:
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PRESIDING: Honorable Seth Damon, Speaker, 24th Navajo Nation Council

  1. CALL SESSION TO ORDER; ROLL CALL; INVOCATION
  2. RECOGNIZE GUESTS AND VISITING OFFICIALS TO THE NAVAJO NATION
  3. REVIEW AND ADOPT THE AGENDA
    (m) (s) (v)
  4. RECEIVE THE STATE OF THE NATION ADDRESS FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE NAVAJO NATION
    (m) (s) (v)
  5. RECEIVE REPORT FROM THE CHIEF JUSTICE OF THE NAVAJO NATION
    (m) (s) (v)
  6. RECEIVE REPORT FROM THE SPEAKER OF THE NAVAJO NATION COUNCIL
    (m) (s) (v)
  7. RECEIVE FINANCIAL REPORT FROM THE CONTROLLER
    (m) (s) (v)
  8. ORAL REPORTS
    A. Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) (m) (s) (v)
    B. Indian Health Services (IHS) (m) (s) (v)
    C. Attorney General (m) (s) (v)
    D. Navajo Nation Youth Advisory Council (m) (s) (v)
  9. WRITTEN REPORTS
    A. Standing Committees (m) (s) (v)
    B. Boards and Commissions (m) (s) (v)
    C. Bureau of Indian Affairs (m) (s) (v)
    D. Indian Health Services Area Director (m) (s) (v)
    E. Navajo Tribal Utility Authority (m) (s) (v)
  10. OLD BUSINESS
    (A) LEGISLATION 0123-21: An Action Relating to the Naabik’íyáti’ Committee and Navajo Nation Council; Confirming the Appointment of Mr. Anselm Morgan to the Commission on Navajo Government Development, for a Term of Four (4) Years, as the Eastern Navajo Agency Council Representative SPONSOR: Honorable Mark A. Freeland
    (m) Hon. Nathaniel Brown (s) Hon. Kee Allen Begay, Jr. (v)
    10/19/2021 – Motion to Table Legislation 0123-21 until the Navajo Nation Council Winter Session; (M) Honorable Edmund Yazzie; (S) Honorable Pernell Halona; (V) 15 In Favor, 08 Opposed (Speaker Damon Not Voting)
  11. NEW BUSINESS
    (A) LEGISLATION 0209-21: An Action Relating to the Budget and Finance, Resources and Development, and Naabik’íyáti’ Committees, and the Navajo Nation Council; Allocating $68,025,000 in Síhasin Funds for the Navajo Nation Department of Water Resources to Complete Twelve (12) Water Connection Projects Across the Navajo Nation; and Approving the “2021 Water Connection Projects Expenditure Plan” Pursuant to 12 N.N.C §§ 2501-2508 (2/3)
    SPONSOR: Honorable Amber Kanazbah Crotty
    CO-SPONSOR: Honorable Seth Damon
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    (B) LEGISLATION 0226-21: An Action Relating to Resources and Development, Budget and Finance, Naabik’íyáti’ Committees, and Navajo Nation Council; Allocating $500,000 in Síhasin Funds to Capital Projects Management Department (CPMD) for the Planning and Construction of the CPMD Renovation Phase II (2/3) SPONSOR: Honorable Wilson C. Stewart, Jr.
    (m) (s) (v)
    (C) LEGISLATION 0241-21: An Action Relating to Health, Education and Human Services, Budget and Finance and Naabik’íyáti’ Committees and the Navajo Nation Council; Approving a Limited Waiver of Sovereign Immunity in the State of New Mexico Medical Assistance Division Provider Participation Agreement Between the Navajo Nation Division of Behavioral and Mental Health Services and the State of New Mexico (2/3)
    SPONSOR: Honorable Daniel E. Tso
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    (D) LEGISLATION 0244-21: An Action Relating to Health, Education and Human Services, Budget and Finance, and Naabik’íyáti’ Committees and the Navajo Nation Council; Approving a Limited Waiver of Sovereign Immunity in the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System Provider Participation Agreements Between the Navajo Nation Division of Behavioral and Mental Health Services and the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (2/3)
    SPONSOR: Honorable Daniel E. Tso
    CO-SPONSOR: Honorable Edison J. Wauneka
    (m) (s) (v)
    (E) LEGISLATION 0261-21: An Action Relating to an Emergency for Navajo Nation Council; Approving $1,808,538 in Supplemental Funding from the Unreserved, Undesignated Fund Balance for the 110 Navajo Nation Chapters’ Emergency Fund Accounts; Waiving 12 N.N.C. § 820(O) (2/3)
    SPONSOR: Honorable Thomas Walker, Jr.
    (m) (s) (v)
    (F) LEGISLATION 0195-21: An Action Relating to Health, Education and Human Services, Naabik’íyáti’ and Navajo Nation Council; Approving the Reinstatement of Nizhoni Harker as a Member of the Navajo Nation SPONSOR: Honorable Eugenia Charles-Newton
    (m) (s) (v)
    (G) LEGISLATION 0208-21: An Action Relating to the Resources and Development, Budget and Finance, and Naabik’íyáti’ Committees and the Navajo Nation Council; Approving a Limited Waiver of Sovereign Immunity of the Navajo Nation to Authorize the Navajo Nation to Register and Sell Offset Credits for Carbon Sequestration Under the California Cap and Trade Program Administered by the California Air Resources Board, and to Provide the Courts of the State of California Subject Matter and Equitable Jurisdiction Over the Navajo Nation for the Sole Purpose of Enforcing the Navajo Nation’s Obligations with Respect to its Participation in the California Cap and Trade Program; Approving the Carbon Development and Marketing Agreement and Authorizing the Navajo Nation President to Sign the Same SPONSOR: Honorable Rickie Nez
    CO-SPONSOR: Honorable Wilson C. Stewart, Jr.
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    (H) LEGISLATION 0215-21: An Action Relating to the Naabik’íyáti’ Committee and Navajo Nation Council; Confirming the Appointment of Mr. Marcus Tulley to the Commission on Navajo Government Development, for a Term of Four (4) Years, as the Central Agency Council Representative SPONSOR: Honorable Kee Allen Begay, Jr.
    (m) (s) (v)
    (I) LEGISLATION 0222-21: An Action Relating to Law and Order, Naabik’íyáti’ and the Navajo Nation Council; Amending Navajo Nation Election Code at 11 N.N.C. §282 (A), Voter Registration Time Period SPONSOR: Honorable Edison J. Wauneka
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    (J) LEGISLATION 0232-21: An Action Relating to Resources and Development Committee; Naabik’íyáti’ Committee, and the Navajo Nation Council; Approving Oil and Gas Operating Agreements Between the Navajo Nation and Navajo Nation Oil and Gas Company for Tohachee Wash, Beautiful Mountain, and Porcupine Dome
    SPONSOR: Honorable Seth Damon
    (m) (s) (v)
  12. CLOSE OF SESSION; ANNOUNCEMENTS; ADJOURNMENT
    THIS AGENDA IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE: The public is advised that the Navajo Nation Council Agenda and the Agendas of the Standing Committees are not final until adopted by a majority vote of the Navajo Nation Council or the Standing Committee at a Navajo Nation Council or a Standing Committee meeting pursuant to 2 N.N.C. §§163 and 183, Navajo Nation Council Rule of Order No. 7, and Standing Committee Rule of Order No. 8.

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