Arizona Supreme Court Designates Reservations as Permanent Homelands and Adopts a Balancing Approach to Quantifying Reserved Rights

Shosteck, Debbie
August 2002
Ecology Law Quarterly;2002, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p449
Academic Journal
Discusses the decision of the Arizona Supreme Court to designate reservations as permanent homelands for Indian tribes and to adopt a balancing approach to quantifying reserved rights in the court case Gila River system. Information on the reserved rights concept or the Winters doctrine; Outline of court's holding of the case; Impact of the decision on Gila River tribes.


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