South Carolina Attorney General Henry McMaster speaks with reporters after attending a hearing at the U.S. Supreme Court  regarding the water rights of the Catawba River for North and South Carolina.
South Carolina Attorney General Henry McMaster speaks with reporters after attending a hearing at the U.S. Supreme Court regarding the water rights of the Catawba River for North and South Carolina. Cliff Owen / MCT
South Carolina Attorney General Henry McMaster speaks with reporters after attending a hearing at the U.S. Supreme Court regarding the water rights of the Catawba River for North and South Carolina. Cliff Owen / MCT

Supreme Court justices active in Carolinas water fight

October 13, 2009 06:33 PM

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