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260.753 PURPOSES.

The purposes of the Minnesota Indian Family Preservation Act are to (1) protect the long-term interests, as defined by the Tribes, of Indian children, their families as defined by law or custom, and the child's Tribe; and (2) preserve the Indian family and Tribal identity, including an understanding that Indian children are damaged if family and child Tribal identity and contact are denied. Indian children are the future of the Tribes and are vital to their very existence.

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