Warm Springs Dam Task Force v. Gribble,
417 U.S. 1301 (1974)

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Warm Springs Dam Task Force v. Gribble, 417 U.S. 1301 (1974)

Warm Springs Dam Task Force v. Gribble

No. A-1146

Decided June 17, 1974

417 U.S. 1301


Application for stay, pending disposition of appeal by Court of Appeals, of District Court's order denying applicants' motion for a preliminary injunction to halt construction of the Warm Springs Dam Project in California on the ground that the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) filed by the Army Corps of Engineers concerning the project did not adequately deal with alleged seismic and water poisoning problems presented by the project and failed to comply with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), is granted, the Council on Environmental Quality, the agency ultimately responsible for administration of the NEPA, in a letter applicants filed with this Court, taking the position that the EIS is deficient in the respects noted.

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