How are tribes exercising their status as sovereign nations?

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In New Mexico, for example, the Islets Pueblo tribe is requiring the city of Albuquerque to abide by its clean-water standards, which are stricter and costlier than state requirements. In the Pacific Northwest, tribes partner with state and federal governments to co-manage fisheries and protect salmon stock.

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