American Indian Issues in the State of Washington: Hearing Before the United States Commission on Civil Rights : Hearing[s] Held in Seattle, Washington, Volumes 1-2
The Commission, 1977
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Página 2 - If the committee determines that evidence or testimony at an investigative hearing may tend to defame, degrade, or incriminate any person, it shall— (1) receive such evidence or testimony in executive session ; (2) afford such person an opportunity voluntarily to appear as a witness; and (3) receive and dispose of requests from such person to subpena additional witnesses.
Página 7 - These Indian tribes are the wards of the nation. They are communities dependent on the United States; dependent largely for their daily food. Dependent for their political rights. They owe no allegiance to the States, and receive from them no protection. Because of the local ill feeling, the people of the States where they are found are often their deadliest enemies.
Página 1 - ... (2) study and collect information concerning legal developments constituting a denial of equal protection of the laws under the Constitution...
Página 28 - These Indian tribes are the wards of the Nation. They are communities dependent on the United States; dependent largely for their daily food; dependent for their political rights. They owe no allegiance to the States and receive from them no protection. Because of the local ill feeling the people of the States where they are found are often their deadliest enemies.
Página 628 - All persons are warned against forming any combination or agreement which will prevent any lot from selling advantageously, or which will in any way hinder or prevent the sale, and all persons so offending will be prosecuted under 18 USC 1860.
Página 209 - ... (relating to governments of Indian tribes and Alaskan native villages), it will expend funds received by it under subtitle A for the benefit of members of the tribe or village residing in the county area from the allocation of which funds are allocated to it under section 108(b)(4).
Página 621 - The United States is entirely a creature of the Constitution. Its power and authority have no other source. It can only act in accordance with all the limitations imposed by the Constitution. When the Government reaches out to punish a citizen who is abroad, the shield which the Bill of Rights and other parts of the Constitution provide to protect his life and liberty should not be stripped away just because he happens to be in another land.
Página 7 - Indians, all statutes of the United States which affect Indians because of their status as Indians shall no longer be applicable to the members of the tribe, and the laws of the several States shall apply to the tribe and its members in the same manner as they apply to other citizens or persons within their jurisdiction.