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Drug lord 'El Chapo' Guzman escapes; manhunt in Mexico

...part of the Altiplano prison, 55 miles west of Mexico City, have been taken in for questioning, according to the federal Attorney General's Office.A manhunt began immediately late Saturday for Guzman, whose cartel is believed to control most...
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Trial opens in Native language voting lawsuit for Alaska Natives with limited English proficiency.In a reply, the Alaska attorney general's office said federal attorneys misunderstood its assertions and were overreaching the voting rights law.Also this month, U.S. Attorney General...
Judge sides with feds in hovercraft lawsuit

...Alagnak rivers are considered navigable waters, the submerged lands beneath them are considered state property.But federal attorneys said regulations adopted by the Park Service in 1996 extended the agency's authority to enforce federal regulations...
Sen. Murkowski bill would divvy up 9th Circuit

...handles more cases than any other circuit. But Robert Boochever, a 9th Circuit judge who previously worked as a federal attorney in Juneau and served as a chief justice of the Alaska Supreme Court, has testified during past split-up efforts...
Corps to suspend mine permit for internal review

...before suspending it for review, federal attorneys would like U.S. District...arguments in the lawsuit today. The federal attorneys told Singleton in their motion...urban Native corporation. The federal attorneys stated in their motion Tuesday...
F&G, fishermen differ on halibut

...proposed halibut charter fishing quotas and has asked federal attorneys to conduct a pre-emptive legal analysis of the...some Alaska fishermen object. They point out that federal attorneys already looked at the matter in the spring and decided...
Court rebuffs Tlingits on mine

...the mine's proposed road and hasn't yet given up on holding a public forum with Canadian officials. A Canadian federal attorney said that the ruling spells out better how his government should deal with First Nations' land claims in the future...
Alaska Digest

...Engineers to allow continued construction at the Kensington Mine while the agency conducts a review of two mine permits. Federal attorneys recently told U.S. District Judge James Singleton that the Corps of Engineers intends to suspend the permits while...
Breaking Ground in 2005

...uncertainty, the Kensington Mine continued with construction through the autumn, providing jobs for about 200 workers. Federal attorneys still have not announced what they intend to do with the mine's major federal permits. Until then, the environmental...
Juneau Empire Story Archive

FTC aims to oust state from BP battle Federal attorneys say state has no legal grounds to intervene THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ANCHORAGE - The Federal Trade Commission says the state of Alaska...


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