Committee members, including Democratic Sens. Jon Tester of Montana and Tim Johnson of South Dakota, agreed that there should be a legislative response.
Johnson said more money should be spent on tribal law enforcement.
Money isn't always the solution. The tangled web of jurisdiction that weaves across reservations needs to be addressed in a fair and constitutional manner for all people's involved. Maybe if people would have listened to Conrad Burns years ago this would have been fixed. The problems still exist and needs addressed. So, will Congress fix the problem or just throw money at it? I know which way I'm betting.
The time is always right to do what is right. Martin Luther King, Jr.