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On The Monday, April 1, 2019 Edition Of Idaho Matters

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  • Concordia Law professor opines on legislative overreach.
  • CARES and the Idaho Children’s Trust Fund promote Child Abuse Prevention Month.
  • Lissa Yellowbird-Chase is committed to finding missing Native American women.

- Concordia law professor McKay Cunningham recently had a column published in the Idaho Falls Post Register question the current legislature's efforts to change the state's ballot initiative processes. Cunningham joins Idaho Matters on Monday to discuss his concerns.

- April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month and we discuss detecting, preventing and reporting child abuse with St. Luke's Children at Risk Evaluation Services (CARES) and the Idaho Children's Trust Fund.

- Lissa Yellowbird Chase has been searching for missing and murdered Indigenous Americans since 2011, her work was highlighted in High Country News. She works out of North Dakota with the Sahnish Scouts, a group of people dedicated to finding the missing and forgotten. On Monday, she joins Idaho Matters to discuss the issue of violent crime targeting tribal members and the jurisdictional problems that lead to faulty and non-existent investigations.