Law could lead to federal prosecutions of reservation crime
Some Indian tribes in Minnesota are hoping a relatively new federal law will help reduce high reservation crime rates.
The Tribal Law and Order Act would allow for more federal prosecutions of reservation crimes. But some county prosecutors aren't eager to have federal officials handle cases that have traditionally been theirs.
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