Malerba sworn in as 1st Native American in US Treasurer post

Posted on AllSides September 12th, 2022
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Mohegan Chief Marilynn “Lynn” Malerba was sworn in Monday as the Treasurer of the United States, the first Native American to hold that office.

Her signature will now appear along with Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen on U.S. currency.

Yellen hailed the appointment at the Treasury Department ceremony as a sign of the Biden administration’s “respect for, and commitment toward, our nation-to-nation relationship, trust and treaty responsibilities, and Tribal sovereignty and self-determination.”

“For all our progress — there is more work to do to strengthen our nation-to-nation relationship with Tribal governments,”...

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