House passes bill on law enforcement training for missing, murdered indigenous people

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BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — The North Dakota House passed a bill Tuesday that would promote law enforcement training for human trafficking and on missing and murdered indigenous people.

House bill 1311 passed 90-2 and will now move to the Senate to be voted on.

Ruth Buffalo the bill sponsor has another bill in the house that would collect data on missing and murdered Native Americans.