The Washington Post: Opinion: The Indian Child Welfare Act is the gold standard

The ICWA is considered the gold standard of child welfare laws and establishes a process that promotes efforts to keep children connected to their families, communities and heritage. There’s a reason those who know the ICWA best — from child welfare experts to tribes — have filed briefs defending the law.

Attacks on the ICWA prioritize politics over a process proven to work. Overturning this law would upend legal precedent and hurt those who matter most: our children.

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