The Montana Legislature's State-Tribal Relations Committee today opened a 30 day public comment period on several legislative proposals related to motor carrier services, federal recognition of the Little Shell, runaway youth, and missing persons. Please submit your comments by August 6 by emailing them to firstname.lastname@example.org and indicate in the subject line the ...
The State-Tribal Relations Committee will review several legislative proposals related to motor carrier services, runaway youth, missing persons, and federal recognition of the Little Shell at its June 24-26 meeting.
The proposals include:
- Motor carrier services bill draft (PD0007 TH)
- Statutory reference changes in light of Little Shell's federal recognition (PD0001)
- Runaway youth
- Homeless shelter consent ...
The State-Tribal Relations Committee asks members of the public to heed restrictions tribal governments adopt to prevent the spread of COVID-19. At its May 8 meeting, the STRC agreed 8-1 to send a letter to the editor asking residents and nonresidents to comply.
The STRC wrote the letter at the request of the Blackfeet Tribal ...
May 7, 2020
Letter to the editor:
We, the below signed members of the State-Tribal Relations Committee, the Montana Legislature's liaison with tribal governments, write to encourage the public, residents and nonresidents alike, to comply with restrictions tribal governments adopt to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Although public highways and gas stations remain open across ...
The Montana Legislature's State-Tribal Relations Committee is honing its research on four studies as it prepares to visit two tribal nations in May and consider potential legislative proposals for next session.
Here's the latest on each of the STRC's study areas after its March 5-6 meeting in Helena:
Barriers to American Indian voting in Montana ...
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