Colorado tribal leaders say they were left out of sports-betting law, seek inclusion in historic address

Posted on AllSides January 12th, 2023

The leaders of the Ute Mountain Ute and Southern Ute Indian tribes gave a historic first address to a joint session of the Colorado General Assembly on Wednesday, drawing ovations from the gathered lawmakers. Concerns of the past, present and future spun through their speeches: The loss of hunting lands on the Western Slope and repatriation of their ancestor’s remains; the inclusion of Native American history in schools; the inclusion of tribal water rights in the fight against a parched future; concerns about being left out of discussions about legalized...

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