Arizona v. California,
466 U.S. 144 (1963)

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Arizona v. California, 466 U.S. 144 (1984)

Arizona v. California

No. 8, Orig.

Decided June 3, 1963

Decree entered March 9, 1964

Amended decree entered February 28, 1966

Decided and supplemental decree entered January 9, 1979

Decided March 30, 1983

Second supplemental decree entered April 16, 1984

466 U.S. 144


Second supplemental decree entered.

Opinion reported: 373 U. S. 373 U.S. 546; decree reported: 376 U. S. 376 U.S. 340; amended decree reported: 383 U.S. 383 U. S. 268; opinion and supplemental decree reported: 439 U. S. 439 U.S. 419; opinion reported: 460 U. S. 460 U.S. 605.


The Court having, on March 30, 1983, rendered its decision on the several Exceptions to the Final Report of the Special Master herein, approving the recommendation that the Fort Mojave Indian Tribe, the Chemehuevi Indian Tribe, the Colorado River Indian Tribes, the Quechan Indian Tribe, and the Cocopah Indian Tribe be permitted to intervene, approving some of his further recommendations and disapproving others, all as specified in this Court's opinion, 460 U. S. 460 U.S. 605 (1983), the following supplemental decree is now entered to implement the decision of March 30, 1983.

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