The Grand Canyon Skywalk opened in 2007, but it was never finished. The project instead became the subject of litigation in state, federal and tribal courts. The lawsuits now have finally been settled on undisclosed terms. So why did the Las Vegas tourist operators who invested in the Skywalk settle now? And what is the future of the attraction that allows visitors to walk out over the Grand Canyon?

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In this interview, AP Reporter Felicia Fonseca said the lawsuits over the Skywalk began in 2001. The litigation actually began in 2011.

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