End Federal Control of Tribal Lands
American Indians often have no control over what should be their property. Instead, the federal government regulates how their land is used.
…reservations are considered “domestic dependent nations,” and are under the trust of the Department of the Interior. Native American tribes cannot freely access the massive natural resource reserves under their own land, or develop the land itself, without permission from the Department of the Interior, and so the federal government has locked them into a state of perpetual bureaucratic repression…