Trump signs law addressing missing and murdered Native Americans Saturday

    On Saturday, October 10th, President Donald Trump signed the Savanna’s Act and Not Invisible Act of 2019 into law.

    “These two bills reinforce many actions the President has already undertaken to fulfill his promise that Missing and Murdered Native Americans are no longer forgotten,” according to the Press Secretary release.

    Savanna’s Act directs the Department of Justice to develop law enforcement protocols to address the issue, and the Not Invisible Act of 2019 directs the Department of the Interior and the Department of Justice to establish a joint commission on violent crime within and against the Native American community.


    You can read the full release from the Press Secretary by clicking here.


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