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Running head: LEGISLATION LEGACY 1 Legislation Legacy ETH 125
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LEGISLATION LEGACY 2 Legislation Legacy Public law 280, also know as PL 280, is a current issue between Native Americans and the federal government. In 1953, Congress gave six states: Alaska, California, Minnesota, Oregon, Nebraska, and Wisconsin criminal jurisdiction over tribal members and other people on Indian reservations. Now, more than 50 years later,
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Unformatted text preview: southern California Indian tribes are saying it’s time to repeal this law (Morales, 2010). LEGISLATION LEGACY 3 Reference Morales, V. (2010, January). Southern California tribes call for repeal of P.L. 280. Retrieved from http://www.indiancountrytoday.com/politics/27100029.html...
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