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Zinke And Indian Country: The First 4 Months

By Andrew Westney (July 3, 2017, 1:39 PM EDT) -- U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke has recently built on his largely positive record with Native American tribes by touting tribal energy projects, but he has also defended the Trump administration's proposed budget cuts and called for the reduction of a national monument on sacred tribal land. Here, Law360 looks at Zinke's first four months at the Department of the Interior and the impact he's having on tribes.

Energy

Since taking over at the DOI in March, Zinke has emphasized his connection with tribes, and in particular, his support for the coal production of the Crow Nation in his home state...

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