Steve June 29, 2022

In 1997, then-Justice Antonin Scalia voted with the majority in Babbitt v. Youpee, where the court ruled that the federal government couldn’t transfer a Native American man’s land to his tribe instead of his heirs if he died without a will unless his family was compensated for it. Years later, the man’s granddaughter, April Youpee-Roll, had the opportunity to meet Scalia at a book-signing event in Washington.When it was her, Read More