S. 1846 (101st): A bill to make miscellaneous amendments to Indian laws, and for other purposes.
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- 5/2/1990--Passed Senate amended.Amends various Indian laws to correct technical errors.Amends the Indian Reorganization Act of 1934 to apply the restrictions on alienation of Indian lands and provisions regarding incorporation of ...
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|quote=A bill to make miscellaneous amendments to Indian laws, and for other purposes.