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Why a Penn. man arrested for flag desecration was awarded $55,000

Why a Penn. man arrested for flag desecration was awarded $55,000

A Pennsylvania man was arrested in 2014 for flying a upside down, spray-painted flag off of his front porch. Joshua Brubaker later sued the township of Allegheny for the arrest, arguing that the flag was not desecration, but an exercise of his civil rights.

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Appeal delays payment of Keepseagle money

Appeal delays payment of Keepseagle money

By Ernestine Chasing Hawk, Native Sun News Editor PORTLAND, Ore. –– Keepseagle……

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Indian Gaming

Arkansas casino referendum granted 30-Day extension to gather signatures
Dem Livid Over Email With Indian Casino Donations To DNC
Fire Mountain Casino work halts as federal decisions loom
Documents from Tohono O’odham lawsuit vs. state find way from one attorney to another, then to PR firm, then to reporter
Indian gaming officials discuss daily fantasy sports at Reservation Economic Summit 
Indian family drops plan for casino on allotment in Washington
Wilton Rancheria casino proposal draws anonymous opposition
Federal appeals court backs Gun Lake Tribe land-into-trust law
Maryann McGovran: Don’t be fooled by efforts of wealthy tribes
Calif. Tribe Says DOI Can’t Affirm Rival Tribe’s Casino Plans 
California tribes lock horns over North Fork casino project 
U.S. District Court Judge asks for briefings on North Fork Rancheria casino plan
Mariposa man wins big at Chukchansi casino
Opponents challenge US decision granting tribe casino lands