So now your Tribal ID might not be an accepted form of ID.
In 1924 American Indians were finally made citizens of the United States (that's another story).
It was the U.S. Government that set the standard for being Indian. So if we are citizens by law and use the Tribal ID as our form of ID for voting, suddenly it isn't good enough!
The new admendment doesn't state what is an acceptable form of ID but we have been ''assured'' that the Tribal ID will be OK, but they can't show us in writing that this is true.
Do you believe them? I don't. If it's acceptable then why not put it in the admendment.
Is this another example of ''speaking with forked tongue''. From the history of broken promises to the Indian people this just might be another in a long line of them.
Some states have already eliminated the Tribal ID as an acceptable form of ID for voting.
CoH applies as do the 3 B's. Be respectful. Be on-topic or BE GONE.