TN15G_FREE TOPIC:_Sovereignty of Indian Tribes in United States_Cuong Phan Ba_October 31th 2010

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TN15G_FREE TOPIC:_Sovereignty of Indian Tribes in United States_Cuong Phan Ba_October 31th 2010

Bài gửi  phanbacuong on Sun Oct 31, 2010 8:12 pm

Student's name: Cuong Phan Ba
Class : TN15G
Ha Noi, 31th October 2010
Dear Mr. Viet Anh!

Sovereignty of Indian Tribes in United States
Federally recognized American Indian tribes are considered sovereign entities within the United States. This sovereign status-sometimes called “nation-within-a-nation”-is protected by treaty, federal law, and court rulings. Members of tribes are not subject to state or local income, sales, or property taxes, and states have little power to regulate Indians in tribal territories. Tribes have their own rule-making bodies and judicial systems to settle disputes arising on tribal lands or between tribal members. While significant, tribal sovereignty is not absolute; Indians are subject to federal taxes and to laws passed by the U.S. Congress.
Your student,
Cuong

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