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Tribes Threaten to Sue After State Legislature Kills Water Rights Compact Bills

A spokesman for the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes says the state Legislature's failure to ratify a water-rights compact has left the tribes no choice but to take legal action.

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Champ Edmonds Comments on Fate of Water Compact, Failed Blast Motion

Rep. Champ Edmonds says House Democrats and the Montana Supreme Court threw a curve ball in trying to blast the water rights compact onto the House floor. He regrets voting for the blast motion and says another attempt will likely fail.

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Unique Water Rights Make Frenchtown Technology and Industrial Center a Valuable Property [AUDIO]

54 water rights are part of the Frenchtown Technology Center

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Talk Back Podcast – Water Rights

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Talk Back Podcast – CKST Water Rights Negotiations

Audio from the November 21, episode of Talk Back, featuring special guest Terry Backs.

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CSKT Water Rights Negotiations on Talk Back

A quick introduction to the CSKT water rights negotiations and how they could impact western Montana.

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Water Rights Agreement in the Works

'Whiskey is for drinking, but water is for fighting'...a popular saying when it comes to water rights in Montana. Click on this link to earn VIP points, and learn more about how a new water rights agreement is under consideration

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Water Rights Agreement in the Works Between State and Tribes [AUDIO]

Missoula residents know where their water comes from...turn on the tap and Mountain Water provides the water. But, on the Confederated Salish and Kootenai reservation the issue of water rights has a long and complicated history, but some solutions are being proposed.

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