Arizona Commission To Conduct Study on Missing Indigenous Women

Maria Perez
May 21, 2019 - 5:00

Arizona Governor Doug Ducey signed a bill into law on May 14 creating a task force to investigate missing or murdered Indigenous women.  The new law, also known as MMIWG, will create a committee to collect data and information on missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls, The Arizona Republic reported. The committee will be composed of officials...

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