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Moore and Fuschetto Named to Colorado Commission on Indian Affairs

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On June 3, The Colorado Commission on Indian Affairs (CCIA) announced its newest members at its quarterly meeting on the Ute Mountain Ute reservation in Towaoc, Colorado.

Steve Moore, an attorney with the Native American Rights Fund, and Dr. Rocco Fuschetto, School Superintendent, Ignacio School District, will hold one-year appointments to the commission, according to a press release.

Lt. Gov. Joseph A. Garcia made the announcement. Garcia is chair of the 11-member commission of CCIA.

“Steve Moore and Dr. Rocco Fuschetto are dedicated individuals who have unique skills to deal with the complex issues between Colorado and its Native American residents,” Garcia said.

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The commission also has eight non-voting members.