Attorney General Barr visits Alaska to discuss public safety and law enforcement. During the trip, the Attorney General participated in an Alaska Native Justice Roundtable in Anchorage; and met with Alaska Native youth and elders in Galena, Alaska. The Attorney General also visited a women’s shelter in Bethel and traveled by boat with Senator Lisa Murkowski to visit the remote village of Napaskiak. There are 229 federally recognized tribes in Alaska.
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