Tenth Circuit Briefs in United States v. Abousleman

Here:

US Opening Brief

Pueblos Amicus Brief

New Mexico Brief

Jemez River Basin Water Users Coalition Brief

Association of Community Ditches of Rio San Jose Amicus Brief

El Rito Ditch Asociacion Amicus Brief

US Reply

Pueblo Intervenors Reply

Lower court materials here.

Federal Court Concludes Spain Extinguished Jemez, Santa Ana, and Zia Pueblo Water Rights

Here are the available materials in United States v. Abousleman (D.N.M.):

4383 Magistrate Report

4384 Jemez and Santa Ana Pueblos Objections

4385 US Objections

4386 Zia Pueblo Objections

4388 Coalition Response

4389 State Reponse

4390 US Reply

4392 Pueblo Reply

4397 DCT Order Adopting Magistrate Report

NYTs: “Running from Despair” — Profile of Wings of America

From the NYTs:

SANTA FE, N.M. — On a cold Saturday morning last month, 16-year-old Chantel Hunt ran across a highway onto a gravel road where the snow under her shoes packed into washboard ripples. She ran around a towering red rock butte, past two old mattresses dumped on the roadside, and into the shadow of a mesa she sometimes runs on top of.

Hunt, a high school junior and a resident of the Navajo Nation, was on a short training run for the national cross-country championships being held Saturday in San Diego. Her team, Wings of America, has risen to prominence with an unlikely collection of athletes. It is a group of American Indians from reservations around the country, and a Wings team has won a boys or a girls national title 20 times since first attending a championship meet in 1988.

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