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Gabe Galanda to Reprise “Finding a Cure” to Disenrollment Lecture in Tucson

Posted January 25, 2015 by Galanda Broadman, PLLC

Gabe Galanda will reprise his lecture, “The American Indian Disenrollment Epidemic: Finding a Cure,” in Tucson this Friday, January 30 at 2 PM, as a part of the Arizona Law Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy Program‘s “Practicing Law in Indian Country” speaker series.

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