A Reference Site for Law
There are Crow tribal laws which have been adopted by the Crow Tribal General Council and/or the Crow Tribal Legislature which have the force and effect of a codified statute but which, for unclear reasons, are not part of the 2005 Crow Law and Order Code.
1953 Crow Tribal Enrollment Ordinance
1977 Tribal Resolution Amending the 1953 Enrollment Ordinance (Resolution 77-04; amended 1953 Enrollment Ordinance; adopted July 10th, 1976)
1999 Tribal Resolution Amending the 1953 Enrollment Ordinance (Resolution 99-23; amended 1953 Enrollment Ordinance; adopted January 9th, 1999)
1999 Tribal Resolution Rescinding 99-23 and Adopting New Enrollment Ordinance (Resolution 99-63; rescinded 99-23; adopted July 10th, 1999)
2000 Tribal Resolution Rescinding 99-63* and Restoring the 1953 Enrollment Ordinance (Resolution 2000-43; rescinded Resolution 99-63; adopted July 8th, 2000)
*-Tribal Resolution 2000-43 contains a "Whereas" which states that Resolution 99-23 was adopted by the Crow Tribal Council on July 10th, 1999. However, Resolution 99-63 was adopted on July 10th, 1999 and Resolution 99-23 was actually adopted on January 9th, 1999. Also, Resolution 2000-43 purported to rescind 99-23, but Resolution 99-23 had already been rescinded by Resolution 99-63. Finally, Resolution 2000-43 sought to restore Tribal Resolution 77-04 but Resolution 77-04 was a minor amendment to the 1953 Enrollment Ordinance (which Resolution 77-04 cites).
Please click on the following link: Crow Housing Ordinance
Note: the Crow Housing Ordinance was adopted by the Crow Tribal General Council in 1964 and amended in 1977. The General Council passed a resolution in the 1990's which established the Crow Tribal Housing Authority as the "tribally designated housing entity" pursuant to the Native American Housing and Self-Determination Act (NAHASDA).