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Judge rules in favor of Black Canyon
Author: teddygirl | Thursday October 26, 2006

U.S. District Judge Clarence Brimmer ruled in favor of protecting the natural resources of the Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park in September. In 2003, Colorado and the federal government made an agreement about the flow of the Gunnison River in favor of energy and economic interests. That same year, seven environmental groups (National Parks Conservation Association, Trout Unlimited, Environmental Defense, the Wilderness Society, High Country Citizens' Alliance, Western Colorado Congress, and Western Slope Environmental Resource Council) sued the Interior Department by arguing that the flow requirements were too low. In his ruling, the judge claimed that the reducing the flow was “nonsensical.”

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