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Hope MacDonald-Lonetree

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Public Safety Committee

Phone: (828) ***-****  HQ Phone
Tribal Council
103 Dewitt Owle Road
Cherokee , North Carolina 28719
United States

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"It's hard to have a strong ..., 21 Jan 2009 [cached]
"It's hard to have a strong judicial system and have people respect law and order without the basic component of law and order, and that is a place to remove individuals," said Hope MacDonald LoneTree, who sits on the Tribal Council's Public Safety Committee.
Hope MacDonald-LoneTree, a ..., 10 April 2008 [cached]
Hope MacDonald-LoneTree, a member of the Tribal Council's Public Safety Committee, said she thought the timing of the letter was 'a little convenient.''Although they have some valid points in their letter, I hope this is not an attempt to reinstate the chief, who has caused some of these problems on his own,' she said.
Rick Renzi, United States Congressman [cached]
Hope MacDonald Lone Tree, Chair of the Navajo Nation Public Safety Committee said funding is critical for the Navajo Nation.
Asian Harm Reduction Network, 9 Feb 2005 [cached]
The bill, which was introduced by Hope MacDonald-LoneTree, chairwoman of the Navajo Nation's Public Safety Committee, would bring tribal laws in line with state and federal statutes.
Navajo Nation Washington Office., 4 Dec 2002 [cached]
Washington, D.C. - The Navajo Nation Judicial and Public Safety Committee's Chairwoman, Hope MacDonald-Lonetree, came to Washington to advocate on behalf of the Navajo nation's judicial and public safety issues.
Chairwoman Hope MacDonald-Lonetree of the Navajo Nation Council's Public Safety Committee met with the White House and members of Congress this week to advocate for the Navajo Nation's public safety concerns and to include the Navajo Nation in President Bush's homeland security initiative.
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