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# File Committee Prepared By Title Passed Conference Ammended NCAI TO NCAI
RES_17_10 Res-17-10.pdf Natural Resources/Land Debra Lekanoff Oppose Washington State Senate Bill 5171 to Reverse the Cherry Point Aquatic Reserve Designation Yes Winter No
RES_17_09 Res-17-09.pdf Natural Resources/Land Debra Lekanoff Opposing Washington State Counties and Port Authorities as Lead Agencies Under the State Environmental Policy Act for Proposed Infrastructure Projects With Probable Impacts Beyond Their Jurisdictional Boundaries Yes Winter No
RES_17_08 Res-17-08.pdf Natural Resources/Land Debra Lekanoff United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Conference of Parties (COP) 21 Paris Agreement on the Local Communities and Indigenous Peoples' Platform Yes Winter Yes
RES_17_07 Res-17-07.pdf Law & Justice Davis Washines Support Washington State Legislation Addressing Criminal Liability For Police Misuse of Deadly Force and Increase Tribal Involvement Yes Winter No
RES_17_06 Res-17-06.pdf Indian Child Welfare/Social Service Gary Peterson Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) Tribal Eligibility Determinations Demonstration Project (EDDP) Yes Winter Yes
RES_17_05 Res-17-05.pdf Education Patricia Whitefoot To Support Project Completion of wǝɫǝbʔaltxʷ (Intellectual House) Phase II Longhouse-Style Facility on the University of Washington-Seattle Campus Yes Winter No
RES_17_04 Res-17-04.pdf Education Patricia Whitefoot Support for Oregon State Senate Bill 13, Native American Curriculum Yes Winter No
RES_17_03 Res-17-03.pdf Economic Development Michael Marchand Support for the Native American Tourism and Improving Visitor Experience (NATIVE) Act and the American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association (AIANTA) as its Facilitator Yes Winter Yes
RES_17_02 Res-17-02.pdf Economic Development Michael Marchand Support for Indian Trader License Regulations, 25 CFR Part 140 Yes Winter No
RES_17_01 Res-17-01.pdf Culture & Elders Committee Leanne Campbell Support for the Colville Tribes and Nez Perce Longhouse Committee’s Efforts to raise Funds to Rebuild the Chief Joseph Nez Perce Longhouse on the Colville Reservation Yes Winter No