Tribal Assembly - Resolutions
The Tribal Assembly of delegates and the Executive Council body establish the Tribe’s positions on issues that affect the Tlingit and Haida people through a resolutions process. Tribal Assembly resolutions are one of the policy mechanisms used to express the Tribe's positions on federal, state, local and/or tribal legislation, litigation, and policy matters that affect tribal governments or communities.
Any duly seated delegate may submit a resolution. Resolutions from a T&H Community Council must first be adopted by that community council. All resolutions must be submitted electronically by close of business on April 4, 2014.
For further information on the resolution process, please refer to Central Council's Standing Rules of Order.
Resolution Reports by Year