House committee discusses state of Alaska native law and order

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Tuesday, the State House Community and Regional Affairs Committee heard from several people about the sorry state of law and order for Alaska Natives.

Legislators asked them why they think the state is the source of the problem, but the person in the best position to answer that question couldn’t make it to the hearing.

The Attorney General had a scheduling conflict.

Listen to the full report from Joaqlin Estus, KNBA – Anchorage :

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