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Much Ado About Doing Nothing: DOJ’s Latest Memorandum Cracks Open Door to Marijuana Development on Tribal Lands

In December 2014, the Department of Justice (DOJ) released a policy statement regarding enforcement of marijuana laws in Indian Country. While some media have reported the Department’s statement as carte blanche for tribes to...more

Transgender Native American Prisoner Denied Access to Sweat Lodge and Unsatisfied with the Alternative Sues under RLUIPA: More on...

Corrections Corporation of America (Dist. Idaho 2015) because the decision reflects a recent trend in RLUIPA cases: close judicial scrutiny as to whether a compelling government interest is furthered by “the least restrictive...more

Seneca County 2005 Local Law No. 4, to Abate Unlawful Games of Chance within Seneca County & Declaring Same to be a Public...

The Board of Supervisors of the County of Seneca hereby finds that, when unregulated by the State of New York or a political subdivision thereof, games of chance and gambling were, have been and are the subject of...more

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