Ethics and Rules considers children's code

Smith, Noel Lyn
January 2011
Navajo Times;1/6/2011, Vol. 50 Issue 1, pA9
The article reports on the legislation that repeals the Children's Code and enacts the Navajo Nation Álchíní Bi Beehaz' áanii Act of 2010 to preserve and restore the harmony and unity of the family by providing for the mental and physical care and protection of the children and families in Window Rock, Arizona.


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