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Indian Government S and Washington State : An Examination of the Similarities and Differences in Their Positions Concerning Tribal-State Relations

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Title: Indian Government S and Washington State : An Examination of the Similarities and Differences in Their Positions Concerning Tribal-State Relations  
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Language: English
Subject: Government publications, United Nations Publications, Commission on Human Rights
Collections: Center For World Indigenous Studies (CWIS) Collection
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Publisher: Center For World Indigenous Studies (CWIS) and The Fourth World Documentation Project

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Introduction: The Quinault Government has historically maintained a distant relationship with the government of the State of Washington, a position consistent with the long-held policy of conducting treaty relations with the United States of America, and not recognizing the exercise of state powers within Quinault territory. Despite this historical position, the Quinault has seen extensive intrusion by the State of Washington into traditional areas of Quinault jurisdiction. The state government has extended the exercise of its regulatory powers into the Quinault economy, social life and political life despite frequent protests and opposition by the Quinault Government. These intrusions have undercut the ability of the Quinault Government to effectively govern, and they have given rise to numerous jurisdictional conflicts and confrontations with the State of Washington.

 

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