Judge sets date to resolve federal Indian child custody case

After ruling last year that state judges, prosecutors and social services officers violated federal law during certain child custody hearings involving Native Americans, a feral judge held out hope the parties could agree on how to bring the state into compliance. Those hopes were dashed Thursday in federal court in Rapid City.

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