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Building Support for Policy Change at the Tribal Level

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Published on Aug 27, 2012

In 2011, the State of Oklahoma passed Cody's Law, legislation that holds adults accountable for underage drinking that take place on their property. In this video, Levi Keehler, Director of Prevention for Behavioral Health for Cherokee Nation, describes how the tribe built support for the law in Northeast Oklahoma.

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