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Delegates seek to remove AG from OK’ing spending

The Navajo Nation Council is pushing to eliminate Attorney General Ethel Branch’s authorization on fiduciary matters after not seeing eye to eye.

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Former NM Dem chairwoman announces bid for Congress

The first Native American woman to chair a major state party wants to be the first Native American congresswoman.

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Kayenta opposes Utah delegate’s gun bill

Navajo Nation firearm law guarantees Navajo citizens a right to bear arms, which includes using it during traditional ceremonies, having one in your home and carrying an unloaded one in your vehicle.

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Carlyle Begay owes IRS thousands of dollars

Carlyle Begay, the former Arizona state senator who switched to the Republican Party in 2015 because, he said, it better reflected his values of personal responsibility and self-determination, owes the Internal Revenue Service …

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Don’t fight charges, just resign, former delegate says

David John doesn’t have much sympathy toward members of the Navajo Nation Council who steal money and then refuse to admit they did anything wrong.

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President’s staffers move to temporary offices

No one likes moving but the temporary move of staff members of the Office of the President and Vice President seems to be going well.

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Utah Diné to take on 42-year senate veteran Hatch

He is 34 years old and is likely the first Utah Diné to run for the U.S. Senate and hopes to unseat the long-time senator, Orrin Hatch.

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What to do with $58M?

Lawmakers toss Ramah settlement bills back to Naabik’íyáti’

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Begaye, Nez list highlights in state of the nation

The term of office for Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye and Vice President Jonathan Nez is half way finished and in their state of the Navajo Nation address they highlighted issues the nation is facing.

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Council votes down name change to Diné

It’s Navajo Nation, not Diné Nation.