For the second time, the Justice Department and the lawyers representing a class of Indians in a long-running federal suit in Washington, D.C., have agreed to push back the deadline needed to secure congressional authorization for a $1.41 billion settlement.

The original deadline for congressional approval of the settlement was Dec. 31. But Congress failed to act, and so the deadline was extended to Feb. 28.

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