Supreme Court Stays Out of Okla. Water Fight

Greenwire: The Supreme Court today declined to take up a dispute between six water districts and the state of Oklahoma. The water districts had challenged whether they should have to pay the state to use water drawn from the Grand River. The failure of the court to intervene means that the legal battle the water districts have fought since 2007 is now over. Although the state Grand River Dam Authority, formed in 1935, claims title over the river, the water districts argued that they take water from a......

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