8/23: North Dakota is asking a federal judge to throw out lawsuits from tribes, claiming they have no right to sue over the state’s voter ID law.
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8/23: Wyoming lawmakers are considering a bill that would allow Native Americans to use their tribal IDs as their voter ID cards.
7/31: An appeals court ruled that North Dakota’s voter ID laws don’t discriminate against Native Americans in the state.
5/29: The Chippewa tribe and North Dakota have yet to reach a settlement after the state’s voter ID laws were deemed discriminatory towards Native peoples.
5/1: A Federal Judge refused North Dakota’s request to delay a ruling, saying that Native Americans are hurt by the state’s voter ID laws.
2/27: The Cherokee Tribal Council are offering a $25,000 reward for information on the fraud and tampering they found in their elections.
12/21: Attorneys representing several members of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa have filed a new complaint challenging North Dakota’s latest voter ID law.