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Navajo Council State Task Force meeting on Az & NM voting access, 1 pm, 10.5.20

NAABIK’IYATI’ STATE TASK FORCE OF THE NAABIK’IYATI’ COMMITTEE, 24th NAVAJO NATION COUNCILSPECIAL MEETINGVia Telephonic ConferenceCall-In Numbers: 978-990-5115Access Code: 8927541Navajo NationPROPOSED AGENDAMonday, October 5, 20201:00 PM[ ] Honorable Mark Freeland, Chairperson Location: ________[ ] Honorable Paul Begay, Vice-Chairperson Location: ________[ ] Honorable Kee Allen Begay, Jr. Location: ________[ ] Honorable Pernell Halona Location: ________[ ] Honorable […]

Emergency bill for Veterans funds on Navajo Council agenda, 10 am, 9.30.20.

The Navajo Nation Council called two emergency meetings today, 9.30.20, to address Legislation 0216-20, which is to Extend timeline for veterans funds so veterans funds do not lapse on Oct. 1, 2020. The Naabik’iyati met at 8 am and approved the veterans’ legislation. The Council can be attended via Teleconference at the following social media […]

Violate COVID-19 curfew, Mandatory jail time & fine proposed in Navajo Council bill

Greetings Relatives/Frens/Humans, the Navajo Council Naabik’iyati Committee is scheduled to meet today, Thursday, 9.17.20, via teleconfenence, which means you can attend by tuning into the following social media sites: Livestream will be available online at:VIMEO: www.vimeo.com/navajonationcouncilYouTube: www.youtube.com/navajonationcouncilNNC Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/navajonationcouncil/ I posted the proposed Naabik’iyati or Naabi agenda, which I’m sure will change when the Council […]

Navajo Council Delegates attempt again to spend $663M CARES money, 1 pm, 7.18 & 19.20

The Navajo Nation Council Naabik’iyati Committee has started. They are now on Legislation 0153-20, which Clarifies the Presidential Line-Item Veto. It does not add Language to what the Navajo People voted as the Presidential Line-Item Veto. NAVAJO COUNCIL DELEGATE ELMER BEGAY informed the Naabik’iyati that President encouraging People to tell NNC not to approve 0153-20. […]

Effective 7.13.20, Going to NM with Out of State license means 14-quarantine days

Yá’át’ééh abíní Relatives/Frens/Humans! When I tuned into the Navajo Nation Council Naabik’iyati Committee State Task Force teleconference meeting yesterday, 7.10.20, Friday, the meeting had already started and State Task Force members, who are Council delegates, were informing someone that New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan-Grisham’s amended public health order July 10, 2020, was unfair to the […]

Prez Nez & VP Lizer celebrate July 4 by vetoing $41M for Hazard Pay, PPEs & $55M for 110 chapters

On June 19, the Navajo Nation Council approved $41 million in federal Coronavirus, Aid, Relief, and Economic Stimulus (CARES) Act funding received by the Navajo Nation last month. “The $41 million in immediate funding that the Navajo Nation Council voted to approve will give our front line responders and essential workers the compensation they badly […]

Is Navajo Nation burial assistance discriminating against non-residents? 6.17.20

PRESS RELEASE – Health, Education, and Human Services Committee receives DSS domestic violence shelter, burial assistance reports WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. — The Health, Education, and Human Services Committee (HEHSC) of the 24th Navajo Nation Council met via teleconference on JunE 17 to receive a report by Navajo Nation Division of Social Services (DSS) Executive Director […]

Sanitize 110 Navajo Nation chapters before reopening; do not reopen Chilchinbeto, 6.4.20

PRESS RELEASE – Naabik’íyáti’ Committee receives Division of Community Development CARES Act report at work session WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. — Members of the 24th Navajo Nation Council met via teleconference June 4 for the eighth Naabik’íyáti’ Committee work session discussing a possible Navajo Nation CARES Fund Act expenditure plan. Navajo Nation Division of Community Development (DCD) Executive […]

Navajo Council Naabik’iyati meeting with Prez Nez & NTEC, 6.15.20

Greetings Relatives/Frens/Humans, If everything goes as scheduled according to the Naabik’iyati proposed agenda, the two meetings today should be very revealing. The first meeting is with the Navajo Nation’s three branch chiefs: President Jonathan Nez, Speaker Seth Damon and Chief Justice JoAnn Jayne. The meeting is focused on proposed Navajo Council legislation 0116-20, which Council […]

Navajo Transitional Energy Company goes before Navajo Council Naabi, 10 am, 6.11.20

Greetings Relatives/Frens/Humans, If you have any interest in what Navajo Transitional Energy Company or NTEC has been doing in Montana & Wyoming…in Our Name – please turn in into the Naabik’iyati Committee meeting, 10 am, 6.11.20, Thursday. Please MUTE your phones & you do not need to INTRODUCE yourself. FYI – NTEC recently laid off […]