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MIAC Legislation

Established in 1963, MIAC provides a liaison office to the eleven sovereign tribal nations and state government. The council also advises and makes recommendations to state policy makers, including the Governor and Legislature as well as proposes the yearly agenda for the annual Governor/Tribal Leader summit. 

The council prepares and submits a report to the governor and legislature annually. The report summarizes the activities of the council since its last report, list receipts and expenditures, identifies the major problems and issues confronting American Indian people, make recommendations to address issues, and lists specific objectives that the council seeks to attain during the biennium. All past reports are available here via the online Minnesota Legislative Reference Library

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