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Santa Fe, NM--- Today, Attorney General Hector Balderas and Senator Shannon Pinto announced legislation addressing Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Relatives.  In 2020, the New Mexico Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Relatives Task Force (MMIWR) released a report highlighting the generational failures and numerous atrocities plaguing missing and murdered indigenous persons. In response to the findings in the report, the Attorney General’s office crafted critical legislation with Senator Pinto to combat cases of murdered and missing indigenous women, including those being trafficked.

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