Archives

Interior investigating Interior Secretary Zinke

PRESS RELEASE – Western Values Project Statement on Interior IG Opening Formal Investigation into Secretary Ryan Zinke Interior Inspector General Probing Potential Wrongdoing in Zinke’s Sweetheart Real Estate Deal with Halliburton Chairman WHITEFISH, Mont.. — (7-18-18) The Department of Interior’s Office of the Inspector General will be opening a formal investigation to see if Interior […]

FEDERAL PRESS RELEASE – U.S. Interior to discuss Tribal Land Buy-Back Program

FEDERAL PRESS RELEASE – Interior Deputy Secretary Mike Connor to Discuss Accomplishments, Additional Steps in Implementation of Tribal Land Buy-Back Program WASHINGTON, D.C. (11-19-2014) – On Thursday, Nov. 20, U.S. Deputy Secretary of the Interior Mike Connor will host a news media teleconference to discuss the year-to-date accomplishments and next schedule for the continued implementation […]

Hopi government and U.S. Interior Department renew War on Navajo families

On Tuesday, Oct 22, 2014 the US Bureau of Indian Affairs launched a campaign intended to be the final solution to the long-standing Hopi-Navajo Land Dispute. The BIA and Hopi police have established barricades on roads leading to the Hopi Partition Land, and neither outsiders or residents are allowed to enter or leave. That according […]

Legislation 0131-14: Settlement is $554 million

NAVAJO COUNCIL DISCUSSION LEGISLATION 0131-14, APPROVING SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT WITH U.S. FOR SETTLEMENT OF LAWSUIT AGAINST U.S. FOR ALLEGED MISMANAGEMENT OF TRUST FUNDS WHICH INVOLVES $554 MILLION AND OTHER BENEFITS AND CONCESSIONS. DELEGATE LORENZO CURLEY, SPONSOR OF LEGISLATION 0131-14 Settlement reached with U.S. regarding trust responsibility. This case originated over decade ago, before I was on […]