Johnny Jackson, left, and Carol Logan, both plaintiffs in the case, overlook and area near the tribal burial ground that was bulldozed when the federal government widened U.S. Highway 26 Mount Hood, Ore. In 2008. (Photo courtesy Becket Law)
Native America

Feds Defend Bulldozing Native American Burial Grounds For Highway Expansion

The Oregon Department of Transportation took special care not to disturb wetlands that ran along the road and to avoid encroaching on a roadside tattoo parlor, but did not give that same courtesy when razing Native American burial grounds.