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Agua Caliente Indians Victory Could Alter Water Practices in Western States

“On Monday, November 27, the United States Supreme Court let stand a California federal appellate court decision that could chart a new course for Native American tribal groundwater rights,” reports Debra Utacia Krol in News Deeply.

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2/6/2018

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2/1/2018

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1/31/2018

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article Agua Caliente tribe planning huge expansion to the Rancho Mirage casino and resort
(California) -- The Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians is looking to expand their resort and casino in Rancho Mirage, potentially adding hundreds of new hotels rooms...
article Transgender woman detained for using women's restroom at local casino
(California) -- A transgender woman claims she was harassed, handcuffed, and detained after being accused of using the wrong bathroom at the Fantasy Springs Resort and...

1/28/2018

article Agua Caliente Band starts land-into-trust process for another casino
(California) -- The Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians is moving forward with plans for a third gaming facility in southern California. Plans call for a 125,000...

1/26/2018

article Bureau of Land Management and Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians Agree to Land Swap
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article What the Agua Caliente tribe's land swap with the U.S. means for the mountain trails you love
(California) -- The federal government and the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians will swap control of thousands of acres of mountainous land near Palm Springs in a...

1/22/2018

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12/31/2017

article The year ahead: Here are the stories you'll hear a lot about in 2018
(California) -- Politics and taxes will impact nearly every facet of ordinary life in the year ahead. With midterm congressional elections and a gubernatorial contest...

12/26/2017

article Text for your car at Agua Caliente Casino Resort Spa and Spa Resort Casino’s valet
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12/16/2017

article GRUBBE: Let’s all demand higher quality water management
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12/7/2017

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(California) -- “On Monday, November 27, the United States Supreme Court let stand a California federal appellate court decision that could chart a new course for...

12/2/2017

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11/27/2017

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11/6/2017

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6/13/2017

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6/7/2017

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