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Judge Sides with Tribes and Fishermen in Clean Water Case on Klamath River
Dan Bacher
The Karuk Tribe, Klamath Riverkeeper and Pacific Coast Federation of Fishermen's Associations recently won a huge legal victory that may have broad implications for dams throughout California. Superior Court Judge Elaine Rushing invited the North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board to exercise its congressionally mandated authority to regulate water quality, spurred by a lawsuit over the discharge of toxic algae from Warren Buffett's Klamath River Dams. Photo: A Karuk Tribe water quality specialist takes toxic algae samples from the Warren Buffett-owned Copco Reservoir on the Klamath River during the summer. Photo courtesy of Karuk Tribe, Orleans, CA.

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