By Michele Lerner Special to The Washington Times Shares
"We served when we weren't even recognized citizens of the United States," said North Dakota Indian Affairs Commissioner Scott Davis. "That's huge. That says a lot about my people and how they feel about this country."
"During this last round here we went through, we made a concerted effort to announce that there were resources for them to leave, humanitarian and voluntary and so forth," Davis said. "It just didn't work out that way."