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Wednesday September 17, 2014
COBELL SETTLEMENT CHECKS ON THE WAY

The late Elouise Cobell meets President Barack Obama at the White House. December 8, 2010. Official Photo by Pete Souza
Payments total nearly $941.6 million -- base payment will be $869. Checks will take 5-7 days to reach beneficiaries after they are put in the mail.
Judge approves distribution of final Cobell settlement check
Court Order | Plaintiffs' Motion | CobellSettlement.Com
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House passes bill to shield Gun Lake Tribe casino from litigation (9/17)
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Police in Ontario investigate letter that threatens Native people (9/16)
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Indian family in Washington continues bid for casino on allotment (9/16)
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Mohegan Tribe loses bid for commercial casino in Massachusetts (9/16)
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Tim Giago: Standing tall for Native American Day in South Dakota (9/15)
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Jay Daniels: Still waiting on that final Cobell settlement payment (9/15)
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