WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22, 2003 Tribal leaders in Arizona met with state lawmakers on Tuesday to share their concerns and priorities. Education, water, land, the environment and health care were a few of the issues raised by the tribes, who also met with Gov. Janet Napolitano. It was part of the annual Indian Nations and Tribes Legislative Day. Get the Story:
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