Herrera v. Wyoming

Argument:  January 8, 2019

Herrera:  The Crow Tribe of Indians permission to hunt on “unoccupied lands,” as established in an 1868 federal treaty, STILL APPLIES to the Bighorn National Forest due to Wyoming’s admission to the Union.

Wyoming:  The Crow Tribe of Indians permission to hunt on “unoccupied lands,” as established in their 1868 federal treaty, NO LONGER APPLIES to the Bighorn National Forest due to Wyoming’s admission to the Union.

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