Regulate air quality on the Southern Ute Indian Reservation: hearing before the Committee on Indian Affairs, United States Senate, One Hundred Seventh Congress, second session, on S. 2065, to provide for the implementation of air quality programs developed pursuant to an intergovernmental agreement between the Southern Ute Indian tribes and the state of Colorado concerning air quality control on the Southern Ute Indian Reservation, July 18, 2002, Washington, DC.
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2065 is needed administrative actions adopted agreement provides Air Act 42 Air Pollution Control air pollution sources air quality control air quality program Attorney General Salazar BEN NIGHTHORSE CAMPBELL Chairman Burch Christie Todd Whitman citizen's suit provision Clean Air Act Colorado Environmental Colorado General Assembly Colorado Petroleum Association Committee on Indian concerning air quality Congress December 13 delegation of authority Deputy Attorney difficult jurisdictional issues enacted Environmental Commission Environmental Protection Agency ern Ute Indian exterior boundaries Federal courts Federal legislation fee lands final agency action Fran King Brown Indian Affairs Intergovernmental Agreement judicial review jurisdiction over non-Indians Ken Salazar Maynes ment neutral forum parties programs developed pursuant regulate air quality regulation of air Renny Fagan section 4B Senator Campbell sion Southern Ute Indian Southern Ute Reservation Southern Ute Tribe Thank tion tribal council Tribe to administer U.S. Senate unique Ute Indian Reservation Ute Indian Tribe Vice Chairman