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Supreme Court Rules for Ojibwe Indians
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Supreme Court Rules for Ojibwe Indians

Supreme Court Rules for Ojibwe Indians

Supreme Court Rules for Ojibwe Indians
Only Available in Archive Formats.

Minnesota Public Radio's Elizabeth Stawicki reports from St. Paul that the US Supreme Court has ended one of Minnesota's most contentious disputes by ruling that some Ojibwe American Indians have the right to spearfish off their reservation free from state regulation. The ruling could mean fewer challenges to treaty hunting and fishing rights for tribes across the nation.

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