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Friday October 24, 2014
COBELL SETTLEMENT CHECKS ARRIVE

The late Elouise Cobell meets President Barack Obama at the White House. December 8, 2010. Official Photo by Pete Souza
Indian beneficiaries across the country are cashing and depositing their checks. Payments total nearly $941.6 million -- base payment is $869.
Judge approves distribution of final Cobell settlement check
Court Order | Plaintiffs' Motion | CobellSettlement.Com
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