New grant for tribal leaders to help stop domestic violence

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Tribal leaders in Kansas say to stop what they call a revolving door to domestic violence cases in their communities.

It takes expanded programs to both, treat victims and prosecute abusers.

Kevin Boughton reports from the Prairie Band Pottawatomie Community on a recent grant that tribal leaders say will help establish those programs and why this money is harder to come by.

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