Task Force on Changes to the Maine Indian Land Claims Settlement Act

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The Task Force on Changes to the Maine Indian Land Claims Settlement Implementing Act held it's third meeting on September 13th, 2019, at the Augusta State House.

 

VIDEO Task Force 9-13-19 

 

TRANSCRIPT 3rd Task Force Meeting Part 1

 

TRANSCRIPT 3rd Task Force Paul Thibeault, Maine Indian Tribal State Commission (MITSC)

 

TRANSCRIPT 3rd Task Force Kaighn Smith, Civil Jurisdiction

 

TRANSCRIPT 3rd Task Force Corey Hinton, Esq, Gaming

 

TRANSCRIPT 3rd Task Force Allison Binney, Criminal Jurisdiction

 

TRANSCRIPT 3rd Task Force Meeting Natural Resources

 

Sunlight Extra: Dwayne Tomah, Task Force

Sunlight Extra: Dwayne Tomah, Portraits

 


The Task Force on Changes to the Maine Indian Land Claims Settlement Implementing Act held it's second meeting on August 9th, 2019, at the Augusta State House.

 

VIDEO Second Meeting : August 9, 2019

 

TRANSCRIPT Second Meeting : August 9, 2019 Part 1

 

TRANSCRIPT Second Meeting : August 9, 2019 Part 2

 


 

2019-08-05 Revisions to Maine Implementing Act (Cover Letter)

Proposed Revisions Maine Implementing Act 8-5-19


The first meeting of the Task Force on Changes to the Maine Indian Land Claims Settlement Act was held July 22, 2019, at the Augusta State House. The charge of the task force is to review the 1980 Act to Implement the Maine Indian Claims Settlement Act and the 1989 Micmac Settlement Act, and to make recommendations for changes through legislation.

The task force is comprised of the Chiefs of the Penobscot, Passamquoddy, Micmac and Maliseet Tribes, two Maine Senators, three Maine Representatives and ex offico representation from the Governor's Office, Maine Attorney General's Office and the Maine Indian Tribal-State Commission.

Here is the video and transcript from the Task Force on Changes to the Maine Indian Land Claims Settlement Act, July 22, 2019

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To offer insight and answer questions on the application of federal Indian law, the Task Force heard from Matthew Fletcher, Esq, of Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa Indians and founder of Indigenous Law Clinic at Michigan State University.

Here is the video and transcript of Matthew Fletcher's presentation on the fundamentals of federal Indian law.

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