June 8, 2012
TOPPENISH (AP) — The money hasn't arrived yet, but some members of a Native American tribe in Eastern Washington disagree about how best to disburse a $193 million settlement from the federal government over mismanaged land royalties and accounts.
Hundreds of members of the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation have signed a petition pushing for tribal members to receive 50 percent of the money, but the tribe's business council has proposed giving 20 percent to tribal members.
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