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WASHINGTON — Rep. Sharice Davids (D-KS-03) wants pharmaceutical companies to be more transparent. Last week, she introduced legislation that would require pharmaceutical companies to include the list prices of their prescription drugs in all direct-to-consumer (DTC) advertisements.

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WASHINGTON — As a means to combat the lack of broadband on tribal lands, bipartisan legislation was introduced last week by Rep. Deb Haaland (D-NM-01), Tom Cole (R-OK-04) and Rep. Ruben Gallego (R-AZ-07). 

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PLYMOUTH, Mass. — The townspeople of Plymouth, Mass. woke up on Presidents Day to discover vandals had sprayed graffiti with red paint on the Plymouth Rock and other landmarks in the coastal town.

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WASHINGTON — The National Congress of American Indians (NCAI) annual winter session is the time of year when the president of the largest and oldest national American Indian organization presents the State of Indian Nations address with a congressional response immediately following.

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Updated, Monday, February 17, 2020; 10:18 p.m. - EST

FORT APACHE INDIAN RESERVATION — Tragedy struck the Fort Apache Indian Reservation in the early hours Monday morning when a White Mountain Apache police officer was killed while responding to a domestic dispute call after shots were fired near the Hon-Dah Casino and Conference Center in Pinetop, Ariz.

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When we first made the leap of opening the Cherokee Nation Film Office, we often heard, “Why should Cherokee Nation get involved in this?” To that I say, “Why not us?”

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EAGLE BUTTE, S.D.  — Are toll booths coming to Indian reservations? 

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Senators Say the Dept. of Education Miscounts Students in at Least Two Ways

WASHINGTON — Concerned about undercounting of American Indian and Alaska Native students in schools across the country, U.S. Sens.

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WASHINGTON - U.S. Senators Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) and Catherine Cortez Masto (D-NV) hosted a Capitol Hill briefing Thursday afternoon entitled “Moving Ahead to Increase the Safety of American Indian and Alaska Native Women.”