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Voter ID Laws A Concern In Indian Country

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The National Congress of American Indians, the oldest and largest group representing American Indians and Alaska Natives, wraps up its annual convention Friday. The group tackled concerns over Voter ID laws and how to foster a responsible relationship with the government. Guest host Celeste Headlee talks with Jacqueline Pata, who heads the group.
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