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2007 Inland Consent Decree
The 2007 Inland Consent Decree is a settlement negotiated between the State of Michigan, five sovereign Michigan tribes that are signatory to the 1836 Treaty of Washington, and the United States. The 1836 treaty involved a territory purchase between the United States and Ottawa and Chippewa Indian Tribes of the northern Lower Peninsula and the eastern Upper Peninsula of Michigan.