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Opposition Still Strong to Navajo-Hopi Water Act
Following a series of public forums on a controversial water settlement involving the Navajo and Hopi tribes, opponents of the settlement and the Navajo Nation president’s office s...
Little Colorado Water Rights Bill Met With Protests From Navajo and Hopi Communities
Protests on the Navajo Nation have been in high gear ever since last week, when tribal members and activists got wind of a proposed settlement that aims to help quantify Navajo wat...
Opposition Continues for the Grand Canyon Escalade
Developers behind a proposed tourist destination in a sacred part of the Grand Canyon say they’ve secured approval from the Navajo Nation chapter where the development would take p...
Interior Provides Latest Confusion in Little Colorado River Issue
People on all sides of the presumably failed Navajo Hopi Little Colorado River Water Rights Settlement Act are regrouping after an invitation by Interior Secretary Ken Salazar to t...
Tribal Leaders Seek Clear Path in Little Colorado River Water Rights
Since the Navajos voted down the Navajo-Hopi Little Colorado River Water Rights Settlement last month , presumably stopping its progress, leaders from both tribes have been lamenti...
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