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AMANDA MARSHALL, U.S. attorney for the District of Oregon, hosted a meeting of 30 U.S. attorneys who are part of a subcommittee on tribal issues at Celilo Village.

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Columbia River jurisdictional issue is key part of discussion CELILO VILLAGE — U.S. Attorneys from around the nation met in Celilo Village to talk about the issues of Indian Country, in particular violence and Columbia River jurisdictional issues. They were part of a three-day meeting of the Attorney General’s Advisory Council Native American Issues Subcommittee. The other two days were based in Hood River.


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