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Federal court complaint filed in September gets more attention after successful Colorado challenge.
Legislators say executive branch violated separation of powers with unauthorized spending.
State plans to end regulation on Jan. 1, citing upward pressure on prices,
Other disputes between state and federal fish and game managers are pending.
A woman from Stebbins has sued the Alaska Department of Corrections, alleging that she and many other people in the state prison system have been… Continue reading
Lawsuit about ANWR drilling argues Biden administration put politics over legal mandates
Longtime local tour boat company’s last purchase was Feb. 1.
Complaint filed Friday continues more than two decades of battles over Tongass policy.
Jurisdictional battle with feds could have long-ranging implications
Woman seeking more than $100,000 from incident in culinary arts class.
Montana ruling establishes youths’ rights to clean environment, after similar case failed in Alaska.
A key employee for one of Alaska’s major arts organizations has received a federal immigration visa, ending a lawsuit over the case. Sitka Fine Arts… Continue reading
The camp, which operates the campus of Sheldon Jackson College, was seeking a technical expert
Attorneys say new evidence merits reexamination of previously cleared officer.
For state attorney Margaret Paton-Walsh, it’s a Jenga tower waiting to collapse. For Alaska Democratic Party attorney Jon Choate, it’s the solemn decision of an… Continue reading