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Indian Times: Indian Health Care Improvement Act fails to pass through Congress (Oct 20, 2008)
This week on Indian Times, The National Indian Health Board tried to get the Indian Health Care Improvement Act through Congress, but it didnít pass. Click here to go to their website.

The Cherokee Nation Businesses, or CNB, buys an aerospace company, in conjunction with a local equity firm, Acorn Growth Companies.www.cherokeenationbusinesses.com

Host Susan Shannon speaks with returning soldier Corporal Warren Queton (Kiowa/Cherokee/Seminole). He is with the 45th Military Brigade, and all 2600 soldiers made it back home to Oklahoma. Queton is pictured above with tribal princesses that came to welcome him home. Photo courtesy of Kim Tiger.

Upcoming native events:
The Oklahoma History Center in Oklahoma City will be exhibiting the art of Allen Houser and his sons Bob and Phillip Haozous. The exhibit explores five generations of one Apache family thru their art and artifacts. The exhibit opens to the public on October 23rd and will run thru July 2009. For more information go to their website okhistorycenter.org
The National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, will be exhibiting American Indian Mural Paintings from Oklahoma and the Southwest. This show will run from Oct 25th thru May 3rd 2009. It features works from Archie Blackowl, Acee Blue Eagle and Woody Crumbo, to name a few. For more information go to their website www.nationalcowboymuseum.org

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