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Panel on Wabanaki Studies Law Set for Indigenous Peoples’ Day

Panel on Wabanaki Studies Law Set for Indigenous Peoples’ Day

An online panel discussion set for Indigenous Peoples’ Day, October 10, will explore the implementation of the 2001 Wabanaki Studies Law and include discussion of a new report examining the law’s effectiveness. The event is hosted by the Abbe Museum, ACLU of Maine, Maine Indian Tribal-State Commission and Wabanaki Alliance.

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2022 Candidate Endorsements and Legislative Scorecard

2022 Candidate Endorsements and Legislative Scorecard

The Wabanaki Alliance today announced their endorsements of candidates for the Maine Legislature and their legislative scorecard for the 130th Maine Legislature. They also announced their decision not to endorse a candidate for Governor of Maine.

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In the News

In the News

Check out Tribal Issues in the News for links to a new editorial from the Times Record and coverage of the passage of a federal measure that would amend the 1980 Maine Indian Claims Settlement Act so that the Wabanaki tribes can benefit from future federal laws that apply to other federally recognized tribes.

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