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Nevada Native Americans Fighting Water Pipeline
Nevada Native Americans Fighting Water Pipeline

AIR DATE: June 1, 2012

More than three hundred groups including ranchers and environmentalists are suing the Southern Nevada Water Authority to stop the 300-mile water pipeline. Other groups now suing the State Engineer Jason King include Native American groups like the Goshute Tribe.  We talk about cermonial and burial sites that could be affected by the water pipeline.
Ed Naranjo, Chair, Confederate Tribes of the Goshute
Paul Echo Hawk, tribal attorney
Zane Marshall, Environmental Resources Mgr, SNWA

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