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RESOI.UTION OF THE TOHONO OTODIIAM I,EGISI,ATIVE COUNCIL
(Authorizing Memorandum ofAgr€em€nt with the Inter Tribal Councll ofArlzona,
Inc, to Administer "Innovative Approaches to Preventlng Teen pregnancy
Among Amerlcan Indian Youth Proiect',)
RESOLUTION NO.
I2-37I
the Constitution ofthe Tohono O'odhamNation vests the Legislative Councilwith the
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authorltyto "promot€, protectandprovide forpubllc heatth, peace, morals, educatlon
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and general welfare ofthe lohono O'odham Nation and its members" and to,,consult,
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negotiate and conclude agreements and contracts on behalfofthe Tohono O'odham
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Nation with . , . organizatlons on all matters within the authority of the lohono
O'odham Councll" (Constitution, Article VI, Sectton l(c)(2) and f(O); and
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WHEREAS'
the Inter Trlbal council of Arlzona ("rrca, Inc."), atr organization of 20 trlbal
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governments ln Arizona, provldes the means for action on matters that affect
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lndividually or collectively and responds to the needs of its trlbal membership,
includlng teen pregnancy, sexually transmitted infections (,,STI"), Human
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Immunodeliciency Virus ("HIV') preyention needs, through the admlnistration of
programs; and
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WIIERf,AS' the memb€rtrlbes ofth€ ITCA,Inc. have the authority to act to ftrrther th€lr co[ecfive
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interests as sovereign tribal governnents; and
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the Tohono O'odham Nation ls a member ofthe Inter Tribal Councll ofArizona, Inc.:
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and
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the Unlversity of Tcxas developed a teen pregnancy, STI, and HIV preventlon
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curriculum called "It'sYour Game.,,Keep itReal" (,,IyG") that
youth in the State oflexas; and
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WHEB-EAS' the
curriculumwas testedand detenninedto
be an effectlve
was designed for
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evidence-basedprogram
and there ls an lnterest to adapt the curriculum for American Indian youth; and
WHEREAS' the University ofTexas School
ofPublic Health
('TUTSPH") received
funding from
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Centers for Dlsease Control and Prevention ("CDC") to adapt the IYG curriculum
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llmerican Indian youth and entered irto a partnership with three regional tribal
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organlzatlons, inclnding ITCA, Inc., to assist and test the efrectiveness ofthe adapted
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curriculum; and
the study is a two phase studywhere in phase rI, the proiect will test the elfectiveness
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of the adapted tYG youth by recrulting Arnerican Indian youth to participate ln a
randomiz€d control trial ov€r a l6-month period and completc a web-based survey
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at 5 and 16 months: and
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NO. r2-371
(Authorizing M€morandum ofAgreement wlth the Inter lribal Councll ofArlzona, Inc. to Admlnlster
"Innovative Approaches to Preventing Teen Pregnancy Among Amerlcan tndian youth proiect")
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lohono O'odham Nation rnay choose to participate ln the study and may opt out
ofthe study at anytfune; and
WHEREAS, the
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the ITCA, Inc. acknowledges and agrees that in order to protect the privacy, securlt5r,
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and conlldentlallty ofthe trlbal youth participants ofthe study, the specitlc and dlrect
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ldentrfying information gathered or acquired by ITCA, Inc. in p€rformance ofthe study
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shall remain conlidential and that ITCA, Inc, shall remove alt such personal
identifylng information before the lnformation gathered bythe IICA, Inc. lsprovlded
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to UTSPH; and
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the ITCA, Inc, has proposed a memorandum of agreement, which is incorporated
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herein by this reference, with the Tohono O'odham Natlon outlining the respective
responsibilities ofITCA, Inc. and the Nation; and
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WHEREAS, the proposal and memorandum of agr€ement has been reviewed by the Health and
Human Services Committee,
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NOW TEEREFORE' BE II RESOLVEDbythe Tohono O'odham Leglslatlve Council that it authortues
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the execution of the memorandum of agreernent with the Inter Tribal Council of
Arizona, Inc., toadrninisterthe'?zaovadveAl4toacbes to Preventing Teen
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Atnong Amerlcan Indian foath proiect"
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FINALLY RESOLVED bythe Tohono O'odhamLeglslative
Councllthatthe Nation's Health and
Human Services Depadment and Education Department ar€ not authorlzed to
dlsclose data or other information that is not publicly avallatrle.
Theforcgoing Resolutlon was passed bythe Tohono O'odham Legislative Council on the 2om Day
ofSEPTEMBER. 2012 at a meeting at whlch a qrorum was present with a vote of 1,624.20 FoR;
AGAINSI; -O- NOT VOIING| and M5l ABSENT, pursuantto the powers vested in the Council
byArtlcle vI, Sectton 1 (cX2) & I (O ofthe Constltution ofthe Tohono O'odham Nation, adopted by
Iohono O'odham Nation on lanuary lt, 1986; and approved by the Acting Deputy Asslstant
Secretary - Indlan Alfalrs (operations) on March 6, 1986, pursuant to section 16 oftheActofJune
18, 1934 (4r Stat, 9E4),
RBSOIUTTON NO. 12-371
(Aut[oriu ing Memorandum ofAgreement wlth the Inter Tribal Council ofArirona, Inc. to Adminlster
"rnnovadve Approaches to preventilg Teen pregnancy llmong llmerican Indlan youtn pioiect )
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Er'onne Wilson, Legislatlve Secretarv
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pursuant to the provisions ofsecti6n sbtarticte vII ofth€ constittrtion and will become eflective
upon his approval or rpon his failure to either approve or disapprove tt within 4g hours of
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RESOLT TTON NO. 12-371
ACTION: AUTHORIZING MEMORANDUM
OF AGRN,EMENT WITH THE INTER TRIBAL COI]NCIL OF ARIZONA, INC.
TO ADMINISTER 'INNOVATIVE APPROACIIES TO PR.EVENTING TEDN PREGNANCY AMONG AMERICAN
INDIAN YOUTH PROJECT'
MOVED:
COUNCILMAN CHESTER ANTONE
DATE:
SEPTEMBER 20. 2012
LEGISLATIVE REPRESENTATTI'ES
DISTRICT
BABOQT]IVARI
342.0
CHI]KUT KUK
302.2
SECOND: COUNCILWOMAN GRACE MANUEL
#oF
VOTES
I. (Rob€na
FRANCES MIGIJEL
2.
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Harvey)
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FRANCES G. ANTONE /,4bsear)
(Vernon Smith) fheserr)
171.0
1. ETHEL GARCIA
(Sara Mae Williams)
151. 10
2. BILLMAN LOPEZ
l5l
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FOR
AGAINST
NOT
VOTING
ABSENT
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2. CYNTHIA E. MANUEL
(Lnuis L. Johnson)
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I. GRACE MANUEL
186.3
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13.35
x
(Floyd Flores)
2. PAMELA ANGHILL
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122.45
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I. LOUIS R. LOPEZ
(Michelle Ortega)
2. SANDRA ORTEGA
l13.35
93. 15
93. 15
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x
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x
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PISINEMO
200.7
I. CHESTER ANTONE
100.35
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t00.35
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I. LORRAINE EILER
102.30
x
2. JANA MONTANA
(Gloria Ramirez)
1o2.30
1. HILARION CAMPUS
107.90
(Tony Murrietta)
2. EDWARD MANUEL
(Gerald Fayuan0
SANLUCY
204.6
SAN XAVIER
215.8
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169.8
SELLS
475,7
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(Racheal vilson-Sloner)
2. OLIVIA VILLEGAS-LISTON
(Eugene Enis)
SCHUKTOAK
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STEPHENS
(Anthony J. Rios)
2. FREDERICK JOSE
(Phyllis Cachora)
I. ARTHUR WILSON
(Kimberly Mull)
2. EVELYN B. JUAN MANUEL
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NICHOLAS JOSE
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TOTAL
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84.90
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