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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, 2003 The Supreme Court on Monday declined to review a case challenging the eviction of non-Indians from Lake Havasu. The Chemehuevi Tribe owns the land around the lake. But non-Indians contend the reservation boundaries were wrongfully changed by the federal government. Relevant Documents:
Docket Sheet: No. 02-1393 (Supreme Court) | Department of Justice Brief (May 21, 2003) Related Stories:
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