The U.S. Supreme Court is hearing a case involving Crow Nation Monday morning that holds implications for policing in tribal nations across Montana and the country. The case before the Supreme Court focuses on a night in 2016 where a Bureau of Indian Affairs police officer was patrolling the state highway near Crow Agency. He saw a car pulled over to the side of the road.
U.S. Justice Department data shows Native women are 10 times as likely to be murdered as other Americans. They’re four times as likely to be raped or…