Wyoming v. ColoradoAnnotate this Case
353 U.S. 953 (1957)
U.S. Supreme Court
Wyoming v. Colorado, 353 U.S. 953 (1957)
Wyoming v. Colorado
No. 3, Original.
Decided May 13, 1957
353 U.S. 953
Upon consideration of the joint motion of counsel for the parties in this case to vacate the former decree, it is ordered that the joint motion be, and it is hereby, granted and the former decree, as amended, is vacated and a new decree is entered to read as follows:
"It is Ordered, Adjudged and Decreed, that:"
"I. The State of Colorado, or anyone recognized by her as duly entitled thereto, shall have the right to divert from the Laramie river and its tributaries, for use in the State of Colorado, 49,375 acre-feet of water in each calendar year, which diversion and use shall be subject to the limitations and restrictions hereinafter set forth. The State of Wyoming, or anyone recognized by her as duly entitled thereto, shall have the right to divert and use all water flowing and remaining in the Laramie river and its tributaries after such diversion and use in Colorado."
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