Did the Supreme Court rule in favor of Native American Rights in Wyoming Hunting Case

The U.S. Supreme Court declared in favor of Native American civil rights in a 5-4 decision in a case out of Wyoming. Justice Neil Gorsuch, the individual Westerner on the court, delivered the conclusive vote in this case, displaying himself again to be thoughtful to Native American constitutional rights.

The court believed that hunting rights for the Crow tribe under a 19th-century treaty did not decrease when Wyoming turn out to be a state. This case focused on a supporter of the tribe, Clayvin Herrera, who encountered charges for off-season hunting in Bighorn National Forest in Wyoming.


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