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The Senate Committee on Indian Affairs was created in 1977 to oversee matters related to indigenous peoples of the United States. The Committee’s duties include studying problems related these peoples, proposing legislation to remedy these issues, and reviewing proposed legislation that specifically pertains to these peoples. The web site tracks legislation referred to the Committee and maintains an archive of transcripts and broadcasts of hearings