Savanna’s Act, a bill named after Savanna LaFontaine-Greywind who was a pregnant 22-year-old Indigenous woman abducted and killed in North Dakota in 2017, was finally sent to the president’s desk to be signed into law. After years of needless delays, this bill will now help law enforcement respond to the horrifying reality that hundreds of Native American women are mysteriously disappearing or being murdered: “at nearly 10 times the national average on some reservations”, according to Salt Lake City’s Fox 13 News.

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