A federal court will hear oral arguments Monday in Seattle, in a case that pits the United States against the State of Washington. It has to do with who gets to take how much fish.
U.S. District Judge Ricardo S. Martinez has set aside 3 weeks in his calendar to hear issues involved.
Three tribes are mentioned in the current litigation: the Makah, the Quileute and the Quinault Indian Nations. They’re fighting with each other.