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December 1, 2008

Native American and Rural Economic Development

For those interested in economic development of Indian tribes or of Indian reservations, a new article highlights the ways in which tribes and rural communities face similar economic development challenges and that both should do more to take advantage of existing funding streams/resources.  The article is Joanna M. Wagner, Improving Native American Equal Access to Federal Funding for Economic Development Through Partnerships with Rural Communities, 32 Am. Indian L. Rev. 525 (2008).  The American Indian Law Review does not have the paper available though its site, so for now Lexis and Westlaw are the only ways to get the article. 

-E.R. erosser@wcl.american.edu

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