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Hualapai Tribe enters settlement on Skywalk tourist attraction

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The Hualapai Tribe of Arizona reached a settlement regarding the operation of the Grand Canyon Skywalk.

Details weren't announced. But the Associated Press said the settlement resolves all litigation in tribal, bankruptcy and federal court.

The dispute began when the tribe took over operations of the popular tourist attraction from the late David Jin, a non-Indian developer. The tribe won a series of rulings regarding tribal court jurisdiction but agreed to settled with Jin's family.

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Tribe reaches agreement over Grand Canyon Skywalk (AP 4/25)

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