No word of settlement in Indian farmers discrimination suit
The Obama administration has reached settlements in two more discrimination lawsuits against the Department of Agriculture but there's no word of a deal with Indian farmers and ranchers.

The administration is proposing $1.3 billion for female and Latino farmers. That's in addition to a $1.25 billion settlement previously announced with African-American farmers.

The Keepseagle case for Indian farmers and ranchers remains under discussion. A month ago, an attorney said they were "nowhere close" to a settlement.

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