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Comments needed on Navajo Council legislation to oppose uranium mining

Navajo Nation Council Delegate JONATHAN HALE who is sponsoring LEGISLATION 0057-17, which seeks to oppose uranium mining on the Navajo Nation, would like the public to submit their comments on Legislation 0057-17 to the Office of Legislative Services ASAP to:  <comments@navajo-nsn.gov> and also to his email at <jonzcomet@yahoo.com). Delegate Hale said comments may be one sentence and simply state that […]

YouTube: Seraphina A. Nez confirmed to Dine’ Uranium Remediation Commission

The Navajo Nation Council Naabik’iyati Committee confirmed Seraphina A. Nez of Tachee/Blue Gap, Arizona, as the first member of the Dine’ Uranium Remediation Advisory Commission with a vote of 16-0 on Feb. 9, 2017, at the Navajo Department of Transporation in Tse Bonito, New Mexico. Council Delegate Kee Allen Begay sponosored LEGISLATION 0016-17 which was for […]

Dine’ Uranium Commission appointment & Field hearings on fracking before Navajo Council committee

The proposed agenda for the Navajo Nation Council Resources & Development Committee’s Feb. 7, 2017, Tuesday meeting has two bills addressing field hearings about fracking on the Navajo Nation and the first appointment to the Dine’ Uranium Remediation Advisory Commission. The bills are LEGISLATION 0025-17 : An Action Relating to Resources and Development Committee and Naabi’Iyati Committee, Respectfully […]

Navajo Council’s top committee unanimously supports Dine’ Uranium Remediation Advisory Commission; Supports full financial restitution from all political candidates

Here at Navajo Council’s Naabik’iyati Committee which is meeting in the Council chambers in Window Rock, Ariz. Naabi – without debate – voted 14 in favor, 0 opposed on its first Legislation 0015-15: An Action relating to Law and Order, Resources and Development and Naabik’íyáti’ Committees and the Navajo Nation Council; Amending 2 N.N.C. § […]

Legislation to create Dine’ Uranium Remediation Advisory Commission goes before Navajo Council’s Naabik’iyati Committee on March 12 & Council on March 13

Greetings Relatives/Frens/Humans, Tomorrow, March 12, will be a busy day. The Navajo Nation Council’s Naabik’iyati Committee is meeting at the Navajo Council chambers in Window Rock, Ariz., starting at 10 a.m. and the Navajo Nation Government Development Commission and Office is having a Listening Session on Navajo Nation Government Reform at the Fort Defiance, Ariz., […]

Navajo Council’s Resources & Development Committee supports creation of Dine’ Uranium Remediation Advisory Committee

Navajo Council’s Resources & Development Committee now on Legislation 0015-15, which is for the creation of a Dine’ Uranium Remediation Advisory Committee. SPONSOR, DELEGATE JONATHAN PERRY AND CO-SPONSORS DELEGATES TOM CHEE, OTTO TSO, AMBER K. CROTTY, TUCHONEY SLIM JR., MEL BEGAY, JONATHAN NEZ, NATHANIEL BROWN During the Public Comment period, which continues until the Council […]

Navajo Council’s Resources & Development Committee now on legislation to create Dine’ Uranium Remediation Advisory Committee

Navajo Council’s Resources & Development Committee now on Legislation 0015-15, which is for the creation of a Dine’ Uranium Remediation Advisory Committee. SPONSOR, DELEGATE JONATHAN PERRY AND CO-SPONSORS DELEGATES TOM CHEE, OTTO TSO, AMBER K. CROTTY, TUCHONEY SLIM JR., MEL BEGAY, JONATHAN NEZ. During the Public Comment period, which continues until the Council acts on […]

No Action on Navajo Council legislation to return disqualified presidential candidate to ballot; Fracking-Uranium-Oil & Gas Development report rescheduled; Uranium advisory commission heads to Council

Greetings Relatives/Frens/Humans, I’m here at the Navajo Nation Council’s Law and Order Committee, which is meeting in the north conference room of the Navajo Nation Council chambers in Window Rock, Ariz. It is now 11:47 a.m. I was at the Council’s Health, Education & Human Services Committee to hear a Report on Fracking, Uranium, Oil […]

Efforts renewed to get disqualified presidential candidate back on Navajo Nation ballot; Creating Navajo Nation uranium advisory commission; Increasing qualifications for Navajo Nation judges while watering down presidential qualifications

Navajo Nation Council Delegate Leonard Tsosie continues his fight to get disqualified presidential candidate Chris Deschene back on the special presidential election ballot. Tsosie goes before the Navajo Council’s Law & Order Committee with legislation 0013-15: “An Action relating to Law and Order, NAABIK’IYATI’ and The Navajo Nation Council; Amending 11 N.N.C.§§2,4,8,42,145 and 824 regarding […]

Radiation effects, uranium, and Nuclear Regulatory Commission regulations seminar at Dine’ College, Navajo Nation

The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) invites you to a FREE 2 Day Seminar, Jan. 13 and 14, 2015, on Radiation Effects, Uranium & NRC’s Regulations pertaining to the National Environmental Policy Act at Dine’ College in Tsaile, Ariz., which is on the Navajo Reservation. The NRC is also asking for high school and college […]