THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 2002 The Department of Interior in December 2000 promised two California tribes it would restore flows in a river in order to fulfill its treaty and trust responsibilities. The Yurok Tribe and the Hoopa Valley Tribe are still waiting for the government to live up to its promise. A lawsuit has delayed implementation. The water is intended to help restore fish vital to both tribes. Get the Story:
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