Supreme Court turns down Rosebud hog farm case
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The Supreme Court on Monday turned down a Nebraska company's push to open the largest hog farm in Indian Country.

Without comment, the court let stand an 8th Circuit opinion that invalidated the company's lease with the Rosebud Sioux Tribe. The current tribal administration opposes the hog farm operation.

Get the Story:
U.S. Supreme Court won't hear hog case (AP 2/25)

Get the Case:
ROSEBUD SIOUX TRIBE v. MCDIVITT, No. 00-2468 (8th Cir. April 05, 2002)

Relevant Documents:
Docket Sheet: No. 02-751 | DOJ Opposition Brief

Relevant Links:
Rosebud Sioux Tribe -

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