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The president of the Navajo Nation used line-item vetoes on two bills distributing funds from a federal coronavirus relief package.

By Associated Press July 9, 2020
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The Phoenix City Council voted unanimously this week to rename Squaw Peak Drive and Robert E. Lee Street.

By Associated Press July 7, 2020
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The Blackfeet Tribal Business Council has voted to close the eastern boundary of Glacier National Park for the rest of the tourist season after a recent spike of COVID-19 cases in Montana.

By Associated Press July 7, 2020
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The FBI investigated the case because it was on tribal land.

By Associated Press June 30, 2020
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Ducey called it one of the most tragic days in state history.

By Associated Press June 30, 2020
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Officer Michael Lee, 50, died June 19 at Banner-University Medical Center Phoenix, the Navajo Police Department said in a statement.

By Associated Press June 22, 2020
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The number of new coronavirus cases in Arizona has hit an alarming new daily high of nearly 2,400 — almost double the previous record, health officials said June 16.

By Associated Press June 17, 2020
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Federal regulators have accepted a Phoenix-based company’s application for a preliminary permit to look further into building hydro-powered dams on tribal land.

By Associated Press June 16, 2020
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Navajo Attorney General Doreen McPaul said the lawsuit was filed June 11 in tribal court.

By Associated Press June 16, 2020
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Virus still present on the Navajo Nation
Tribal president says Nation cannot afford a second wave of infections

The death toll has reached 311 and reservation-wide cases totaled 6,611 as of June 15.

By Associated Press June 16, 2020

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