The Suffolk Report
U.S. Senate Hearings on the Proposed Settlement of Maine Indian Land Claims before the Select Committee on Indian Affairs.
1980 Report of Maine Legislature Joint Select Committee on Indian Land Claims. Titled "Report, Hearing Transcript and Related Memoranda of the Joint Select Committee on Indian Land Claims." This report includes the Committee's "findings and intentions in voting" for L.D. 2037, "AN ACT to Provide For Implementation of the Settlement of Claims by Indians in the State of Maine"
US Senator Susan Collins' 5/28/13 response to MITSC Chair Jamie Bissonette Lewey's 5/13/13 letter.
The response of MITSC Chair Jamie Bissonette Lewey to US Senator Susan Collins' 4/8/13 letter.
Senator Collins replied to MITSC's 3/26/13 letter addressed to her.
MITSC wrote to Senator Collins March 26, 2013 concerning her actions on the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act during the fall/winter of 2012 and to remind her of MITSC's role.
Paul D. Stern's, Chief, Litigation Division, Maine Office of the Attorney General, reply to Carol Woodcock, State Office Representative to US Senator Susan Collins, on whether an amendment to the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act would apply to the Wabanaki Tribes.
Maine Attorney General William Schneider's 8/8/12 response to Stephen Perkins, EPA, concerning the Federal Government's contention that Maine was in violation of its overall water quality standards due to the law passed in 1995 to block river herring passage on the St. Croix River. Schneider chose to assert that because the EPA failed to raise in its July 9 letter certain jurisdictional issues that have been in dispute concerning the St. Croix River “it will never suggest that Maine’s environmental regulatory jurisdiction is in question.”
The 5/31/12 letter from the Maine Office of the Attorney General to the US EPA and Attorney General, US Dept. of Justice, notifying the Federal Government of the State of Maine's intent to sue for the failure to perform a non-discretionary duty under the Federal Water Pollution Control Act.