Hanna's Act

A woman uses chalk to write the words "No more missing women".words 'No more missing sisters' at Vancouvers Womens Memorial March
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Montana’s Department of Justice has been analyzing data on missing persons in the state and released its findings on May 5.

People stand in a group waiting for the conference to begin.
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The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes were exploring the link between human trafficking and missing and murdered indigenous people at a conference last week.

YPR News’ Olivia Reingold was there. She shared her reporting with Nicky Ouellet.

Nicky Ouellet: This is the third and last day of the conference on Missing and Murdered Indigenous People, hosted at Salish Kootenai College on the Flathead Reservation. What have you learned about the scope of this issue?

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A bill to establish a missing persons specialist in Montana is advancing to the Senate after a week in limbo.