The Beef Over Native American Hunting Rights : Code Switch Shereen and Gene welcome reporter Nate Hegyi, who spent a day in Montana with a Nez Perce hunting party, a tribe that faces strong opposition from some who see these rights as unfair and out of sync with modern life.
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The Beef Over Native American Hunting Rights

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The Beef Over Native American Hunting Rights

The Beef Over Native American Hunting Rights

The Beef Over Native American Hunting Rights

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Shereen and Gene welcome reporter Nate Hegyi, who spent a day in Montana with a Nez Perce hunting party, a tribe that faces strong opposition from some who see these rights as unfair and out of sync with modern life.

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The Nez Perce tribe faces strong opposition from some who see the hunting rights extended to them as unfair and out of sync with modern life.

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