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Łeeyi’ tó is the Navajo word for the place known as Klagetoh and means ‘Water-in-the-Ground.’
When I was in my early twenties, I was commissioned to serve as one of the youngest Chicago homicide detectives in the city’s history.
When Donald Trump took office three and a half years ago, the left shuddered, the media wailed, and the rest of us held our breath to see what he was going to do with our country. It didn't take long to find out.
As County Supervisor, it is one of my most important responsibilities to protect the public health of Coconino County. And in the face of COVID-19, that responsibility has become more important than ever.
Since we first learned of the serious threat the coronavirus poses to our communities, I have been concerned with the lack of attention the Navajo Nation has received from federal agencies responsible for COVID-19 response efforts.
I am humbled to represent Arizona’s First Congressional District, a vast and diverse area that includes 12 Indian Nations and Tribes.