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Thursday, December 15, 2022

“We want to have true and meaningful consultation,” said Shaun Chapoose, chairman of the Ute Tribe. Many of the 30 federally-recognized Indian tribes in the Colorado River basin have asked for greater inclusion as the region negotiates how water will be allocated in the face of a shrinking supply.
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“We want to have true and meaningful consultation,” said Shaun Chapoose, chairman of the Ute Tribe. Many of the 30 federally-recognized Indian tribes in the Colorado River basin have asked for greater inclusion as the region negotiates how water will be allocated in the face of a shrinking supply.

News reporter Hattison Rensberry brings listeners Thursday’s news including: updates on the migrant emergency in Denver, an introduction to the National Audubon Society's annual Christmas Bird Count, a protest held locally against the Uinta Basin Railway, how elk migration hinges on private lands, and issues currently facing the Glen Canyon Dam.

Hattison Rensberry has a Bachelor’s Degree in Graphic Design and Drawing, but has worked for newsrooms in various capacities since 2019.<br/>She also provides Editorial Design for the Sopris Sun.
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