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October 23, 2005

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Richard Bolcavitch

Given the poor legal wording of M37, I am surprised that it was even granted a ballot slot.

And the property rights folk have no sense of history. If they did, they’d realize the property they now hold was unjustly acquired by the Federal government from the indigenous population.

Robert Miller of Lewis and Clark Law School gives a nice short summation of it.

http://www.indiancountry.com/content.cfm?id=1079969407

torridjoe

thanks for the link and comment. I found one LTE in The O raised a good point that you allude to: why do we wait to have a constitutional review until AFTER the vote? It would save us a lot of time and energy to at least give a quick thumbs-up from someone--perhaps an independent judicial panel.

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