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The Aftermath of Kansas v. Colorado: Regulation of Well Pumping in the Arkansas Valley (September 18)

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The Aftermath Of Kansas V. Colorado: Regulation Of Well Pumping In The Arkansas Valley, Hal Simpson, David L. Harrison, Michael T. Mitchell, Steve Arveschoug, University Of Colorado Boulder. Natural Resources Law Center Sep 1995

The Aftermath Of Kansas V. Colorado: Regulation Of Well Pumping In The Arkansas Valley, Hal Simpson, David L. Harrison, Michael T. Mitchell, Steve Arveschoug, University Of Colorado Boulder. Natural Resources Law Center

The Aftermath of Kansas v. Colorado: Regulation of Well Pumping in the Arkansas Valley (September 18)

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Draft rules and regulations governing the use, control, and protection of surface and ground water rights in the Arkansas River and its tributaries : revised draft, September 6, 1995 / Hal Simpson -- Lower Arkansas Water Management Association viewpoint / David L. Harrison -- Aftermath of Kansas v. Colorado : concerns of surface users / Michael T. Mitchell -- Aftermath of Kansas vs. Colorado : role of the Southeastern Colorado Water Conservancy District / Steve Arveschoug

On May 15, 1995 the Supreme Court handed down its opinion in the case of Kansas v. Colorado, 1995 WL 283477 (U.S.). At issue was how the Arkansas River Compact ...