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Hobbs Straus litigated a case establishing the right of a tribal organization to contract under Public Law 93-638 in a service area that was not a "reservation" in Rapid City Indian Health Board v. IHS, IBIA No. 97-100-A.

Cultural Preservation

  • Provide counsel to tribes on the right to preserve, manage and have access to places where cultural resources are located, including places that have religious significance.
  • Assist tribes on methods to protect and preserve their cultural values and sacred sites.
  • Provide counsel on federal statutes, including:
    • National Historic Preservation Act
    • Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act
    • Archaeological Resources Protection Act
    • Religious Freedom Restoration Act
  • Provide advice on developing Tribal Historic Preservation Officer programs, including drafting tribal laws and helping tribal agencies carry out rulemaking processes to implement tribal laws.
  • Negotiate multi-party, multi-state programmatic agreements for historic preservation.


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