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Wednesday, December 14, 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 Wednesday’s news including:
a longtime Roaring Fork Valley public servant makes his return. And, Colorado might lose some of the gains it’s made in providing health insurance for kids over the last couple years. And a discussion with reporter Cassandra Ballard about traffic on Highway 82.

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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