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Navajo family fights to keep home on park land

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Stella Peshlakai Smith is the last holdout on lands once home to hundreds of Navajo. Smith's family wants lawmakers to give them permanent rights so they can keep their home at Wupatki National Monument in Arizona. (March 21) Video provided by AP


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