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Senate's push for Native American safety a bipartisan effort

Christian Science Monitor Thursday, 20 June 2019
Proposed bills seek to reduce violence against Native American women and children. Amid a movement to increase awareness of the deaths and disappearances of indigenous women, the bills would expand tribes' ability to prosecute non-Native Americans.
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