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Parent's Attorney Misunderstands ICWA; Arkansas COA Goes Along With It

Here is the opinion in King v. Arkansas Dept. of Human Services (Ark. Ct. App.):

King v Ark DHS Opinion

Maybe it’s a little thing, maybe not, but the court allowed an attorney to withdraw from representation, in part, on this representation: 373 more words

Author: Matthew L.M. Fletcher

Third Fletcher Commentary on ICWA in Cato Unbound

Here is “A History Lesson“:

An excerpt:

Reformers are still trying to save Indian children by taking them away from Indian families and tribes. 258 more words

Author: Matthew L.M. Fletcher

Fletcher (again) on ICWA in Cato Unbound

Here is “A Civics Lesson.”

An excerpt:

In legal analysis, facts matter, and so it is time to return to the war on facts in this series.

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Author: Matthew L.M. Fletcher

Donald Trump and Federal Indian Policy: “They don’t look like Indians to me.”

In 1993, Donald Trump appeared before the United States House of Representatives Committee on Natural Resources to offer testimony on Indian gaming. 1993 Donald Trump bears a striking resemblance to Presidential Candidate Donald Trump, in terms of demeanor and language – Trump’s oral testimony is consistent with the language he has used throughout his campaign for President. 2,059 more words

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