Ex-case manager questions effectiveness of bill to help protect Indian children
JAMESTOWN, N.D. -- A former case manager for Spirit Lake Tribal Social Services is criticizing legislation meant to strengthen protection for Native American children within the tribal foster care system as being “just more red tape.”
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