Indian Tribal Justice Act: Hearing Before the Committee on Indian Affairs, United States Senate, One Hundred Third Congress, First Session, on S. 521, to Assist the Development of Tribal Judicial Systems, April 20, 1993, Washington, DC.
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1993 - 179 lappuses
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88. lappuse - The power of an administrative agency to administer a congressionally created . . . program necessarily requires the formulation of policy and the making of rules to fill any gap left, implicitly or explicitly, by Congress.
109. lappuse - TJribal justice systems are an essential part of tribal governments and serve as important forums for ensuring public health, safety and the political integrity of tribal governments.
89. lappuse - Court has recognized the distinctive obligation of trust incumbent upon the Government in its dealings with these dependent and sometimes exploited people.
88. lappuse - This agency power to make rules that affect substantial individual rights and obligations carries with it the responsibility not only to remain consistent with the governing legislation, but also to employ procedures that conform to the law.
46. lappuse - I (1) encroach upon or diminish in any way the inherent sovereign authority of each tribal government to determine the role of the tribal justice system within the tribal government or to enact and enforce tribal laws...
39. lappuse - Chair.] APPENDIX ADDITIONAL MATERIAL SUBMITTED FOR THE RECORD PREPARED STATEMENT OF HON. JOHN MCCAIN, US SENATOR FROM ARIZONA...
109. lappuse - Tribal justice systems are essential to self-government and integral to the fulfillment of the self-determination policy.
53. lappuse - Tribal courts have repeatedly been recognized as appropriate forums for the exclusive adjudication of disputes affecting important personal and property interests of both Indians and non-Indians.
89. lappuse - Particularly here, where the BIA has continually represented to Congress, when seeking funds, that Indians living near reservations are within the service area, it is essential that the legitimate expectation of these needy Indians not be extinguished by what amounts to an unpublished ad hoc determination of the agency that was not promulgated in accordance with its own procedures, to say nothing of those of the Administrative Procedure Act. The denial of benefits to these respondents under such...