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San Joaquin Regional Transit District Update

  In recent discussions, the California Valley Miwok Tribe was made aware that there is still an opportunity to have your voices heard and participate in shaping the future of our public transit. Following a consultation with the tribe Mr. Irving Ramirez of AIM Consulting passed information on to us hot linked below for public access to help [...]

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Indigenous news end of the month updates for March 2021

View in browser | indiancountrytoday.com Thank you for subscribing to our newsletter, THE WEEKLY.The best way to enjoy the newsletter is by clicking the 'Download PDF' link below! Download PDF March 25, 2021 Top Stories   Court leans toward tribal police in traffic stop and search By Mark Sherman, Associated PressWASHINGTON — The Supreme Court seemed likely Tuesday to allow tribal [...]

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Community participation and the future of public transit

  The California Valley Miwok Tribe has had current discussions over the future of public transportation in our service area which includes the San Joaquin Regional Transit district. Ms. Coreen Paul brought these issues to the tribe's attention and in working with her, the tribe is including informational links provided below to increase public awareness and invite public [...]

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March 2021 USDA Food Distribution

  Tribal Offices, Tribal Land, Avenida Central, La Grange, Ca. The California Valley Miwok Tribe held the March 2021 Food Distribution on Monday, March 15th. It had rained and even snowed earlier in the day but at the time of the distribution, the sun had all but removed any signs of the weather conditions faced earlier in the [...]

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Most recent Covid-19 legislative updates and additional stories of concern affecting our nations native peoples.

View in browser | indiancountrytoday.com   March 10, 2021 (This is a developing story. Go to Indian Country Today for updates.) 31 billion coronavirus solutions By Mark Trahant The American Rescue Plan was enacted by Congress Wednesday and will be sent today to President Joe Biden to sign into law. The U.S Senate Committee on Indian Affairs pegged the total [...]

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For current indigenous news and updates around the nation

The Indian Country Today E-weekly Newsletter is here! February 25, 2021 View Online Here or Download PDF Here Top stories : She has his vote By Matthew Daly, Associated Press WASHINGTON — Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin, chair of the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, said Wednesday that he will vote for New Mexico Rep. Deb Haaland to serve as [...]

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