A member of the Northern Arapaho tribe who killed a bald eagle for use in an American Indian ceremony could face up to a year in jail after the U.S. Supreme Court decided not to hear his appeal. The court's ruling Monday is the latest turn in a long-running legal dispute over the rights of American Indians to kill eagles for religious purposes.
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