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Senate Proceeding 11-17-10 on Nov 17th, 2010 :: 0:43:45 to 0:44:20
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Christopher S. Bond

0:43:25 to 0:43:45( Edit History Discussion )

Christopher S. Bond: .2.25 billion to resolve their claims. victims who filed on time were afforded the opportunity to choose from two different tracks. first, they could present substantial evidence of discrimination, which, if valid, entitled the victim to a monetary settlement of $50,000, plus relief in the form of loan

Christopher S. Bond

0:43:45 to 0:44:20( Edit History Discussion )
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Christopher S. Bond

0:43:46 to 0:44:07( Edit History Discussion )

Christopher S. Bond: forgiveness and offsets of tax liability, or they could prove their claims using evidence which was reviewed by a third-party arbitrator who decided how much damages to award, if any. now, this system looks -- look into account the fact that many

Christopher S. Bond

0:44:08 to 0:44:21( Edit History Discussion )

Christopher S. Bond: if not most of the documents from this era were destroyed by the u.s. department of agriculture, making it extremely difficult for victims to prove their claims while also giving claimants the opportunity to

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