Texas v. Louisiana,
431 U.S. 161 (1976)

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Texas v. Louisiana, 431 U.S. 161 (1977)

Texas v. Louisiana

No. 36, Orig.

Decided June 14, 1976

Decree entered May 16, 1977

431 U.S. 161

Opinion reported: 426 U. S. 426 U. S. 465.


For the purpose of giving effect to the opinion of this Court announced on June 14, 1976, 426 U. S. 426 U.S. 465:


1. That the extension of the boundary southerly from the point where the line forming the boundary between Texas and Louisiana southerly from the Arkansas boundary, intersects the geographical middle of the Sabine River (Latitude 31�59' 56.225" North, Longitude 94�02'33.105" West, said point being taken from the United States Geological Survey Quadrangle Center, Tex.-La. 1958 Edition) to the mid-point between the gulfward extension of the Sabine Pass jetties Latitude 29�38'37.329" North, Longitude 93�49'30.940" West hereby is established.

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