Supreme Court will hear challenge to Montana vs. Crow

Reynolds, Katherine M.
October 1997
Bond Buyer;10/15/97, Vol. 322 Issue 30252, p4
Trade Publication
Reports that the US Supreme Court agreed to hear a challenge by Montana to a lower court ruling on claims that the Crow Indian tribe has no right to coal severance taxes paid by a third party to the county and state government. Parties wanting to recover tax revenues; Prejudgment interest issue.


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