As we approach the end of the 117th Congress, Powers Law Indian Tribal practice is assessing the status of some 202 Native American Affairs measures that have been introduced by members of Congress, with just two single bills becoming public law and several other Indian-related provisions becoming public law on larger pieces of legislation. Most of the 202 bills have been referred to the Senate Indian Affairs Committee or House Natural Resources Committee, and the scope of the legislation includes natural resources stewardship, emergency management, health, education, taxes, and financial services. Please see here a matrix of Native American Affairs legislation for the 117th Congress.

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