DOI says Swimmer ready to answer questions
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The Department of Interior says Ross Swimmer is ready to resolve lingering concerns about his nomination as Special Trustee.

The Las Vegas Review-Journal reported that David Bernhardt, Interior's director of congressional and legislative affairs, wrote a letter to the Senate Indian Affairs Committee yesterday disputing the notion that Swimmer has not answered questions posed to him.

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Senator's action stalls nominee's confirmation (The Las Vegas Review-Journal 2/27)

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Indian Trust: Cobell v. Norton -

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