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Mexico's Indian Rights Bill

NPR's Gerry Hadden reports on the passage of an Indian rights and culture bill by the Mexico's Congress. But Zapatista Indian rebels have still taken to the streets in Mexico City, claiming the bill has been changed so drastically, that instead of strengthening their autonomy, it actually reduces their rights.

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