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At the request of the members of the South Carolina Legislature representing
After careful review of these bills, I am writing at this time to endorse the concept set forth in the "Ancient Indian Land Claims Settlement Act" and urge favorable action on this legislation. I feel that this act will protect the Indians' claim while also protecting the validity of land titles of those presently claiming ownership and occupancy of the disputed claim
If the Indians' claims are valid, and I express no opinion concerning the validity of the claims, it appears unfair to those presently claiming occupancy and ownership to be in jeopardy and susceptible to possibly being dispos: rssed. The present landowners and occupants are blameless in regard to what has given rise to this dispute. Any wrong or injustice visited upon the Indians a century ago should not be rectified at the expense of the present landowners and occupants.
The Honorable Alfonse M. D'Amato
Therefore, I am convinced that the "Ancient Indian Land Claims Settlement Act" of 1982 provides for a fair and equitable system of resolving the dispute and again urge favorable action.
Please be advised that this office has had a number of excellent economic
I have been made aware by our Director, Mr. Robert Leak, that he is
We do hope you will be successful in this matter.
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