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  • 'They wasted a lot of money'

    Mary Belardo, chair of the Torres-Martinez Band of Desert Cahuilla Indians, talks about the Indian perspective on the Salton Sea.

  • A tiny tribe wins big on clean water

    The Supreme Court rules that the Isleta Pueblo tribe in New Mexico has the right to order the city of Albuquerque to end its dumping in the Rio Grande River.

  • Sacred lands shouldn't smell

    In his own words, Coeur d'Alene tribal councilman Henry SiJohn decries the pollution of a sacred place.

  • Utah and the Ute Tribe are at war

    Distrust from past betrayals makes Utes stall Utah on Central Utah Project.

  • Indians and water

    Indian Water Rights: Negotiating the Future reviewed.

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