DECEMBER 4, 2000 Leaders of three Maine tribes met with Governor Angus King on Friday and vowed to continue fighting a request by three paper companies to obtain some of their documents. The leaders say their documents are internal tribal ones and not subject to a state freedom of information act. But a judge ruled the leaders in contempt and ordered them jailed -- a ruling which is on appeal. Get the Story:
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