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Tribal Sovereignty

Tribal sovereignty refers to the essential right of an Indian Tribe to self-govern over their people and territory.

 

Tribal Jurisdiction

In the context of a government’s sovereignty, jurisdiction is an integral and inherent aspect of that authority.

 

ICRA

The Indian Civil Rights Act (ICRA) 25 U.S.C.§§ 1301-1304 is often referred to as the "Bill of Rights for Indian Tribes".

 

Legislative Process

This document outlines the policy and procedure adopted by the Tribe for introduction and enactment of new tribal legislation.

 

Legislative Process Flowchart

This Flowchart will help you visualize the policy and procedure for the introduction and enactment of new tribal legislation.

 

Ordinance Structure Flowchart

In the context of a government’s sovereignty, jurisdiction is an integral and inherent aspect of that authority.

 

How To Enact Tribal Ordinances

The Tribe's Constitution clearly outlines how tribal law may be enacted. This infograph will help you visualize the process.

 

Animal Control - TM ORD 5.01.001

3-fold flier - The Tribe has enacted an Animal Control Ordinance to appropriately regulate and protect animal on tribal lands.

 

Waste Disposal & Burning - TM ORD 5.05.001

3-fold flier - Details the Tribe’s ordinance regulating the disposal of waste and burning on tribal lands.