An appeals court has said that it would be unreasonable to require 100 years' worth of accounting for funds the government has been managing for American Indians.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit agreed with both the federal government and the American Indians, who had jointly requested the dismissal of a lower court's ruling for a detailed tally of money owed to the American Indians dating back to 1887.
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