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Tribes, feds work to implement law and order act

By Susan Montoya Bryan
Albuquerque, New Mexico (AP)

Tribal leaders and others gathered in Albuquerque for a national symposium say no one really has a handle on the extent of violent crime in Indian Country, and they’re hoping a new federal law will help them better define and address the problem.

About 150 judges, law enforcement officials and tribal leaders are talking about implementation of the Tribal Law and Order Act.
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