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Income Growth Seen on Native American Reservations

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Income Growth Seen on Native American Reservations

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Income Growth Seen on Native American Reservations

Income Growth Seen on Native American Reservations

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A new Harvard University study says incomes for Native Americans living on reservations are rising much faster than incomes for the overall population. These gains are being seen even on reservations without gambling.

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