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27Speaks: Governor Signs Unmarked Graves Protections Into Law

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Tela Troge

Tela Troge

Bryan Polite

Bryan Polite

27Speaks on May 19, 2023

Chairman of the Shinnecock Nation Council of Trustees Bryan Polite and attorney Tela Troge, a member of the Shinnecock Graves Protection Warrior Society, join the editors on 27Speaks this week to discuss the unmarked graves protection legislation that recently became law through the New York State budget process.

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