Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Task Force

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Governor Ducey recently signed into law a bill that creates a 21-member Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Task Force. The Task Force will gather data about missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls, and is made up of tribal leaders, tribal police, victims’ advocates and social workers. We hear more about the task force from Rep. Jennifer Jermaine, who sponsored the bill.

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