History has consistently demonstrated that public policy formulated in Sacramento and Washington D.C. significantly affects our children and grandchildren. Our people know the profound consequences of political inaction.
In our great grandparents’ generation, the State of California paid $1 million to bounty hunters to hunt Native Americans. California even authorized the display of Indian body parts at the state’s fair.
A priority of TASIN is to inform and improve public policy affecting Native Americans and to protect and promote the interests of our members in Washington D.C. and Sacramento.