The U.S. Senate gave its approval today to major settlements involving American Indians and black farmers, and it passed a rewrite of a ban on so-called “animal crush” videos that was struck down in April by the Supreme Court.

The flurry of activity came as senators wrapped up legislative loose ends before Thanksgiving. They’re leaving Washington for a week, set to resume their “lame duck” session Nov. 29.

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