Supreme Court Weighs U.S. Tribal Trust Role The Supreme Court considers how far the U.S. government's trust responsibility extends to Native American tribes. In one case, a tribe is suing the government for allowing a fort on an Arizona reservation to fall into ruin. Daniel Kraker reports.

Supreme Court Weighs U.S. Tribal Trust Role

Supreme Court Weighs U.S. Tribal Trust Role

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The Supreme Court considers how far the U.S. government's trust responsibility extends to Native American tribes. In one case, a tribe is suing the government for allowing a fort on an Arizona reservation to fall into ruin. Daniel Kraker reports.