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Starting in the 1990s, an increasing number of Indigenous people have been removed from tribal rolls, denying them basic citizenship rights, including due process, private property rights, jobs, voting rights, and the like. Popularly known as disenrollment, these individual and family terminations have increased in number and frequency as casino tribes have increased their wealth, and federal courts have decided not to hear cases on individual civil rights violations pertaining to Indigenousdoi:10.22492/ijcs.5.1.03 fatcat:di3bhs4s7vbftlinvrlyhcuhx4