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New Cyberbullying Provisions Intend to Deter Suicides Among Navajo Youth

WINDOW ROCK, Arizona, Feb. 12 -- The Navajo Nation Council, a federally-recognized Native American tribe, issued the following news release:

On Sunday, leaders of the Navajo Nation gathered as Resolution CJA-09-18 was signed into law, which amends the Navajo Nation's Criminal Code to address cyberbullying by strengthening the Judicial Branch's ability to hold offenders accountable and to deter future offenses. The 23rd Navajo Nation Council unanimously approved the resolution on Jan . . .

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