October 19, 1992
Fear of the Supreme Court leads tribes to accept an adverse decision, while a new electric power technology could help the Grand Canyon and salmon.
A decision by the Wind River Indian Reservation tribes not to appeal an adverse Wyoming Supreme Court water decision in June signals -- at least for the moment -- an end to litigation launched nearly 16 years ago by the state of Wyoming.
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