Dunleavy takes federal government to court over ownership of submerged lands

Not only is the state suing, it is also issuing notices of trespass and cease-and-desist letters.

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Anticipating a busy election season, Alaska constitutional convention opponents launch early campaign

A new bipartisan group has launched a campaign to convince voters to reject a convention that could significantly change the state’s laws and government.

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Alaska Supreme Court hears arguments over public testimony and ANCSA boundaries in redistricting appeals

The appeals centered on whether Anchorage’s South Muldoon neighborhood should be paired with Eagle River in a Senate district, Skagway should be in a House district with downtown Juneau or the Mendenhall Valley, and Valdez and part of Mat-Su should share a House district.

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