Meeting Agenda Coming Soon
April 25-27, 2023
Our next quarterly meeting will be announced soon, stay tuned for details.
We want to give you an opportunity to see the issues we address as large land-based Tribes that are not being addressed by any other organizations, such as transportation, healthcare and voting rights. COLT played an active role in changing the American Rescue Plan Act from NAHASDA population numbers to utilizing tribal enrollment numbers.
Explore Our Latest News
Opinion: DOJ Spouts Outdated Colonialist Arguments in Face of Treaty Obligations (Media Share)March 21, 2023
‘Callous disrespect for tribal treaty rights’: Tribes blast government attorney for U.S. Supreme Court argument (Media Share)March 21, 2023
COLT Calls for Action After U.S. Department of Justice Argues to U.S. Supreme Court That the Navajo Nation’s Treaty Reserved Water Rights Are Basically MeaninglessMarch 21, 2023
Learn About Membership
- Chairman: Marvin Weatherwax – Blackfeet Nation, Councilman
- Vice-Chairman: Ching King – Fort Belknap, Councilman
- Secretary: Nathan Small – Shoshone-Bannock Tribes, Council Member
- Treasurer: Lisa White Pipe – Rosebud Sioux, Tribal Council