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NPR: Wyoming fights EPA decision affecting reservation borders

National Public Radio reports on a dispute involving the state of Wyoming, the Eastern Shoshone Tribe, the Northern Arapaho Tribe and the Environmental Protection Agency:
The borders have grown by about a million acres after a decision by the Environmental Protection Agency. Tribes see it as righting a historical wrong. The state is fighting the move.

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