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North Dakota Legislators Want Congress to Modify Indian Reservation System: Turn Over Power to States - think they "know best"

January 30, 2017View for printing

Even though the state of North Dakota has proven to the world--during the Standing Rock opposition--that it cannot properly treat American Indians with respect and dignity, two North Dakota lawmakers want Congress to grant states the power to take care of Indian reservations.

Two North Dakota state representatives think they "know best" for the care of American Indians. The two Republican representatives believe their political party's mantra to give power to states with less federal government intervention.

by Levi Rickert

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