Texas v. New Mexico,
485 U.S. 388 (1980)

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Texas v. New Mexico, 485 U.S. 388 (1988)

Texas v. New Mexico

No. 65, Orig.

Decided May 19, 1980

and June 17, 1983

Order entered June 11, 1984

Decree entered June 8, 1987

Amended decree and order entered March 28, 1988

485 U.S. 388


In this dispute between Texas and New Mexico over the extent of New Mexico's obligation to deliver water to Texas under the terms of the Pecos River Compact, New Mexico's exceptions to the Special Master's report are overruled, the report is approved, and an amended decree and order appointing a River Master are entered.

Exceptions overruled; amended decree and order entered.

Opinions reported: 446 U. S. 446 U.S. 540, 462 U. S. 462 U.S. 554; order reported: 467 U.S. 1238; opinion and decree reported: 482 U. S. 482 U.S. 124.

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