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Talli Nauman

About:Talli Nauman is the Health and Environmental Editor.

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New petition to legalize marijuana in S.D.

Legalization measure would position Native American producers in market

   SPEARFISH –– A new petition would let South Dakota voters decide whether to legalize all Cannabis – from hemp to marijuana – “killing” illegal sales and positioning Native American producers first in a free-market environment, according to its author Full Story

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Tribes appeal XL Pipeline permit

Appeal filed to South Dakota Supreme Court on July 19

   PIERRE –– Dakota Rural Action, the Intertribal Council on Utility Policy (COUP), and the Yankton Sioux Tribe appealed to the state Supreme Court here on July 19, to block TransCanada Corp.’s permit to build the Keystone XL Pipeline Full Story

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Ft. Berthold group sues BLM over frack waste protection delay

   BISMARCK, N.D. –– Ft. Berthold Protectors of Water & Earth Rights (POWER) sued the U.S. Full Story

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New bear protection lawsuit puts teeth in intertribal treaties

   BEAR BUTTE –– Tribal councils and members from across the West are suing the U.S. Full Story

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Re-opening of Hills uranium mines poses threat to Lakota

   RAPID CITY -- The Black Hills Chapter of Dakota Rural Action and the Black Hills Clean Water Alliance, which are helping the Oglala Sioux Tribe fight proposed uranium mining in this area, held public information and outreach booths on July 8 at the O Full Story

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Oglala Sioux Tribe files for court to revoke Black Hills uranium mining license

   WASHINGTON, D.C. – In a June 27 filing, the Oglala Sioux Tribe requested that a federal court here revoke the U.S. Full Story

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Tribes lose bid to block South Dakota permit for KXL

Resisters set up camp in Louisiana

   PIERRE –– TransCanada’s Keystone XL tar-sands crude oil pipeline scored a coup on tribes and allies June 19, when a South Dakota judge denied project opponents’ appeal of the state permit for construction. Full Story

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Court rules on DAPL in favor of tribes

PART 1 Corps must consider oil spills, fishing, hunting rights, environmental justice

   WASHINGTON –– A federal court ruled in favor of the Standing Rock and Cheyenne River Sioux tribes on June 14, declaring that the U.S. Full Story

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