We tracked a number of priority bills on tribal issues during the first half of the 131st Maine Legislature. Check out our Bill Tracker to learn more about how these bills fared, see which legislation we’ll be tracking in the second half of the session and find out how you can take action to Stand with the Wabanaki!
More than 200 friends and supporters gathered July 13th for the Wabanaki Alliance’s inaugural fundraiser Nihkaniyane: Let’s Go Forward Together in Freeport to celebrate the great strides the Alliance has made while advocating for recognition of the inherent sovereignty of Wabanaki Nations.
Read about our successful Nihkaniyane: Let’s Go Forward Together event on July 13 in our In the News page.
The Maine House of Representatives has voted 84-57 to sustain Gov. Janet Mills’ veto of LD 2004, An Act to Restore Access to Federal Laws Beneficial to the Wabanaki Nations. Read our statement.
The Wabanaki Alliance Tribal Coalition includes representatives from hundreds of organizations and businesses that support Wabanaki inherent sovereignty and advancing the work of the Wabanaki Alliance. Join us!
Gov. Janet Mills vetoed LD 2004, a bipartisan bill that would allow Maine tribes to access some federally beneficial Indian laws. Read the Wabanaki Alliance statement.
Sage Phillips, a Penobscot Nation citizen and graduate student at the University of Connecticut, has joined the Wabanaki Alliance staff as a 2023 Summer Fellow.
Use this resource to learn more about tribal sovereignty and the Wabanaki Nations’ inherent right to self-governance and what you can do to support Wabanaki sovereignty.
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