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U.S. Supreme Court: Feds don't need to help Navajo Nation meet water needs

44 No. 06 WJENV 02By Josh NumainvilleWestlaw Journal Environmental (Approx. 3 pages)

U.S. Supreme Court: Feds don't need to help Navajo Nation meet water needs

44 No. 06 WJENV 02By Josh NumainvilleWestlaw Journal Environmental (Approx. 3 pages)

44 No. 06 Westlaw Journal Environmental 02
July 27, 2023
Water Rights
Westlaw Journal Environmental
By Josh Numainville
Copyright © 2023 Thomson Reuters.

U.S. Supreme Court: Feds don't need to help Navajo Nation meet water needs

Arizona v. Navajo Nation

Briefs and Other Related Documents
The United States does not have an affirmative duty under an 1868 treaty to help the Navajo Nation secure sufficient water for its reservation, the nation's high court has ruled in a dispute involving Colorado River water rights stakeholders.
Arizona...
Opinion:
Federal parties' brief:
9th Circuit opinion: 26 F.4th 794
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