Nebraska v. Wyoming
345 U.S. 981 (1953)

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Nebraska v. Wyoming, 345 U.S. 981 (1953)

Nebraska v. Wyoming

No. 5, Original

Decided June 15, 1953

345 U.S. 981


The joint motion for approval of a stipulation and to modify and supplement the decree is granted, and an order is entered in compliance with the stipulation.

The parties to this cause having filed a stipulation, dated January 14, 1953, and a joint motion for approval of the stipulation and to modify and supplement the decree entered on October 8, 1945, 325 U. S. 325 U.S. 665, and the Court being fully advised:

The stipulation dated January 14, 1953, is approved; and

It is ordered that the decree of October 8, 1945, is hereby modified and supplemented as follows:

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