Lawmaker seeks to repeal American Indian banishment law
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) -- A Minnesota lawmaker plans to ask Congress to repeal an 1863 federal law that banished Dakota and Winnebago Indians from Minnesota.
State Rep. Dean Urdahl, a Republican from Grove City, has scheduled a news conference Thursday in St. Paul.
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