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rightful owners
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Came across this one in the Star this morning...

http://www.startribune.com/congress-weighs-returning-12-000-acres-to-leech-lake-band-of-ojibwe/503141662/

funny never heard Tina Smith mention this plan to return land in her campaign bid to be reelected to OUR senate seat. And say the land is being return to the rightful owners...

The Lakota are the rightful owners; so return ALL the land taken from the Lakota by the pariah called Ojibwe

Posted on: 2018/12/20 11:05
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Re: rightful owners
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Right off Tina Smith's campaign website...

https://tinaforminnesota.com/vision#minnesotas-tribal-communities

No mention of return land to anyone here

Posted on: 2018/12/20 11:10
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Re: rightful owners
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I a year or so when I can collect full retirement, I'm thinkin they can have the whole stinkin place.

Posted on: 2018/12/20 12:07
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Re: rightful owners
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Get use to it. The Casino's are generating enough money that the bands can go to court and / or buy up the land they want.

You won't recognize the taxable land boundaries in this state in 100 years.

Posted on: 2018/12/20 14:01
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Re: rightful owners
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Check out Native American Netroots.The history of land litigation over the past three centuries is astounding.I know sometimes it's hard to discover the truth but it's still the truth.c63

Posted on: 2018/12/20 15:34
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Re: rightful owners
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It is already happening in Isle. The city has lost over $400,000 in tax base since the band has been buying up the land about south harbor.

On top of that my property tax has increased early $2000

Posted on: 2018/12/20 16:06
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Re: rightful owners
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Is it possible to know who occupied or“homestead “ the land first.Again it will end up being decided by an “impartial”Judge.Ya sure wink wink.Sucks to have your city revenue go down while property taxes rise.A word that comes to mind is conundrum.Good luck with property around/in/in close proximity to reservation lands. C63

Posted on: 2018/12/20 17:38
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Re: rightful owners
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With a million acres in the Chippewa Natl Forest--where is the 12,000 acres talked about?

Posted on: 2018/12/20 19:22
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Re: rightful owners
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Quote:

chris63 wrote:
The homestead person should be on a property deed. We own 2 properties in Kandiyohi county Both were granted for free to civil war vets in the mid 1860.Soldiers were given 40 acres each for homestead then.They also list each owner after that original owner, subdivisions and plated parcels split to lots every thing. our deeds are between 180 to 200 pages of descriptive ownership

Posted on: 2018/12/21 0:37
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Re: rightful owners
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I really hate jumping in on these, but I hate worse seeing pitchfork nation get riled up when it's clear that nobody impartially read the article. First did you see the part where the BIA actually gave up the land to the Chippewa National Forest by mistake? Then our congress decided, "oops, your mistake I guess we'll keep it." And then did you read where it says that the band has no plans for the land and its current land use will continue including hunting and fishing for natives and nonnatives alike? Why don't you all go ice fishing or something. Put the burning torches out first though so you don't fall through...

Posted on: 2018/12/21 9:06
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