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Voters Support Native American Healthcare and Treaty Rights   [open pdf - 0B]

From the Executive Summary: "[1] Voters support five proposals aimed at improving healthcare in Native American communities. The most popular was increasing funding for the Indian Health Service, which enjoyed a 54-percentage-point margin of support. [2] Voters support holding the federal government legally responsible for failing to uphold treaty obligations with Native American tribes, by a margin of 54 percentage points. [3] Support for all five of these proposals is bipartisan. For example, Republicans support targeting federal aid to hospitals and other essential services used by communities of color and Native American tribes, by a margin of 23 percentage points."

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2020-05
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