ND laws are making it difficult for Native Americans to vote
In 4 days, Americans can go vote and be heard – but this right is not applied equally across the country. Ali Velshi and Stephanie Ruhle are joined by journalist Jenni Monet to discuss how current rules in North Dakota are keeping some indigenous people from the polls.
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