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Native American land used as toxic dump

The Wind River Reservation in Wyoming is the home to over 8,000 Native Americans and now the tribe is sharing the land with nearly a dozen oil and gas fields. For the Native Americans, the waste water from the natural resource companies has become a vital component in providing drinking water for livestock and the EPA has allowed the practice until now, but should this be allowed to continue?

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