Legislation Introduced To Assess, Improve Living Conditions At Federally-Owned Tribal Treaty Sites

Tribal fishing families living in distressed conditions along the Columbia River received “major support” Thursday when Oregon and Washington members of the U.S. House and Senate introduced legislation that would authorize the Secretary of the Interior to assess and improve the living conditions at federally-owned tribal treaty fishing sites, said the Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission in a press release.

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