MMIP bill passes Oklahoma House Judiciary Committee

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OKLAHOMA CITY – House Bill 3345, also known as Ida’s Law, passed through the Judiciary Committee on Tuesday with a vote of 14 to 0. 

“Working closely with tribal members for the past year on legislation to address Missing and Murdered Indigenous People (MMIP) in Oklahoma has been a transformative experience,” State Rep. Mickey Dollens (D-OKC) said. “The heartache and suffering that this community has gone through is brutal, and it is real.

“I am proud to see Ida’s Law pass through committee today, and I want to commend each of the fierce Native American advocates, especially LaRenda Morgan with the Cheyenne & Arapaho Tribes and Ashley Nicole McCray Absentee Shawnee for bringing this issue to my attention and now to the attention of our state. I commend each of them, and I thank all tribal members for including me on this journey.”

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