No action by Naabik’iyati Committee on Legislation for Navajo Council to Remove Delegate Naize as Speaker

Greetings Relatives/Frens/Humans, The Navajo Nation Council’s Naabik’iyati Committee didn’t take action on Legislation 0069-14, which was for the Council to remove Delegate Johnny Naize as speaker, today, March 13, because Delegate Charles Damon for some unknown reason decided to walk out of the committee meeting. And Damon’s departure resulted in the loss of a quorum. […]

Navajo Council: Confirming former BIA director to Gambling Board

Navajo Council now on Confirming appointment of Omar Bradley, who is retired from BIA for past seven years. I seek this confirmation becuse I feel I have a number of areas of expertise in dealing with gaming business development. Started career in business development then went into federal employment. I have lived on Navajo rez […]

Navajo Council Naa’bik’iyati Committee Dec. 20

The Navajo Human Rights Commission is taking a break from their public hearings on Navajo gender violence and Violence against Navajo women and Navajo LGBTQs. The hearing ends at 5 pm here at the Navajo Nation Museum in Window Rock, Ariz. The next hearing is Jan. 15, 2014, at the Tuba City, Ariz., Chapter and […]

Dine’ Uranium Commission, Peabody Water Rate Negotiation Team, Green House

Greetings Relatives/Frens, I’ve been working on videos and voice recordings of the Status of Navajo Women, Gender Violence and the Rights of Indigenous Peoples forum, which was held Oct. 31 and Nov. 1 at the Fort Defiance, Ariz., Chapter. Today I attended Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly’s Uranium Task Force meeting to present a draft […]

Navajo Council Budget & Finance action, 9-23-13

Here at Navajo Nation Council chamber, where Council’s Budget & Finance Committee meeting. The B&F just tabled a request by B&F Chairperson LoRenzo Bates and Controller Mark Grant for about $8 million for Gaming Development Fund. The legislation – 0281-13 – will return to the B&F during their meeting, which is scheduled for the first […]