A federal appeals court granted a stay requested by the four tribes on Monday to preserve the 1978 Indian Child Welfare Act.
“The law is going to stay the same for now,” said Dan Lewerenz, one of the attorneys working on the Brackeen v. Zinke case.
That means Native American families will stay together under the law.
Read the full article at the Indian Country Today website.
“Court puts hold on controversial Indian Child Welfare Act ruling” at the Indianz.com website. (12/4/2018)