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    By Felicia Fonseca
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    A U.S. Environmental Protection Agency appeals board has agreed to review the approval of an air permit for a proposed coal-fired power plant on the Navajo Nation, but carbon dioxide emissions won’t be part of that process.
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    Flagstaff, Arizona (AP)

    President Barack Obama signed legislation on May 8 that officially repeals a decades-long development ban on the western edge of the Navajo Nation.

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    by Skabewis
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    The Navajo Nation’s Dine Power Authority...
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    Navajo appeals order accepting Western Refining tariffs
    by Skabewis
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    Plaintiffs’ lawyers in Navajo case seek $7 million
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    Plaintiffs’ attorneys in a federal lawsuit that resulted in a proposed $33 million settlement for Utah’s Navajo Indians are asking for $7 million in legal fees and court costs – an amount that apparently has caught some by surprise.

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