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Tribal leaders pushing for bill to allow Maine tribes jurisdiction over domestic violence cases involving members

Tribal leaders are saying they are going to keep pushing for a bill that would allow two Maine tribes jurisdiction over some domestic violence cases because tribal courts cannot prosecute non-tribal members for domestic violence against members. Leaders say this creates a situation that makes families unsafe. Lawmakers passed a bill this year to change that, but Governor Mills held it.

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