White House Still Filling Agency Ranks For Indian Country

By Andrew Westney (March 30, 2018, 6:46 PM EDT) -- The Trump administration has made significant headway putting federal officials serving Native American tribes and their members in place, but several key appointments are held up in the confirmation process, while other important positions remain open after early selections fell through. Here, Law360 brings you up to speed on the Trump administration's progress filling the roles that are crucial to Indian Country.  

Waiting Their Turn

Several important picks by the administration are waiting for the Senate to act on their nominations, led by Tara Sweeney, who President Donald Trump announced in October as the next assistant secretary of Indian Affairs.

Sweeney, a...

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