Dozens of Native Americans have gone missing in Montana
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Across the Western US, Native American women are falling victim to violence in alarming numbers, officials say.

In 2018 alone, more than two dozen Native Americans -- the majority of them women -- went missing in sparsely populated Montana, according to Sen. Jon Tester.

"We're here today because we have an epidemic on our hands," Tester said during a Senate Indian Affairs Committee hearing last month. "Native Americans in Montana and across this country are dealing with violence at a much higher...

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