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.
For further information on the resolution process, please refer to Central Council's Standing Rules of Order.
Resolution Reports by Year