Native American Public Telecommunications



Back on the Tribal Rolls (1/24/01)

Date of this Version

January 2001


One year ago the Las Vegas Paiute Tribe disenrolled 14 of its 54 members and cut off their per capita payments of more than $100,000 a year. The ousted group, many of whom were former council members, sued in tribal court to regain their tribal status. Two weeks ago, a tribal judge ruled their civil rights had been violated and ordered they be placed back on the tribal rolls. Is casino wealth dividing our tribes? Guests include Mike Stuhf, attorney for the re-enrolled tribal members.

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