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A recent CFPB blog post warning Native Americans receiving payments from the settlement in Cobell v. Salazar that they could be targeted by scammers also highlights the CFPB’s collaboration with tribal governments....more
Native American tribal payday lending is on the radar screens of the CFPB and the FTC, as reflected in recent comments from CFPB Director Richard Cordray and FTC Commissioner Julie Brill. More specifically, the agencies have...more
Seneca County filed a lawsuit Monday against the state Department of Taxation and Finance, the Cayuga Indian Nation of New York and several cigarette wholesalers seeking to force them to collect taxes on sales of tobacco...more
An attorney for the Cayuga Indian Nation of New York has advised Seneca County officials that the Cayugas will obey the court order directing them to allow Seneca County to test and inspect the Cayugas' gas pumps. In a letter...more
Steven Getman Seneca County Attorney is hereby requested and
directed to commence and prosecute a civil action against the Cayuga
Nation of New York, d/b/a Cayuga Enterprises, d/b/a Lakeside Trading,
and/or Clint Halftown to...more
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