Indian Child Welfare Act

Law
12:05 pm
Wed May 11, 2011

New state law could help Native American families stay together

Decades after the federal government stopped taking Native American children from their homes and putting them in boarding schools, Native families still face challenges staying together.

In Washington State, Native children are more likely to be removed from their homes in child welfare cases than kids of any other race. A new state law aims to strengthen parents' and guardians' rights to keep their kids. 

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