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As of June 17th, there were 189 active missing persons cases in Montana and of those, 60 or 32% were listed as Indigenous though Indigenous people account for 6.7% of the state’s population. 21 of the 60 missing Indigenous people had been missing for more than one year. Friday evening, an NBC Dateline one-hour special will premiere on the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women epidemic, which will include an interview with Interior Secretary Deb Haaland.

According to Superintendent of Public Instruction Elsie Artnzen, when Montana talks, the federal government listens.

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