Identical Bills To Address Missing And Murdered Indigenous Women Introduced
In 2012, the Senate passed such a invoice by a robust bipartisan vote, nonetheless, the House stripped out protections for probably the most weak, including Native women. Then, time simply ran out for the 112th Congress, leaving the lives of Native women threatened day by day and tribes as the only governments in the United States with out authority to guard women from home and sexual violence in their communities. The Center and its partners even have brought regional international consideration to violence in opposition to Native women throughout the . . .
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