FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 2002 Two Alaska Native villages and several plaintiffs are challenging the state of Alaska to ensure they are being served by the justice system. The villages have a lawsuit pending in state court. Due to their rural location, Natives receive slower services, state troopers testified on Thursday. Get the Story:
Lawsuit claims unequal justice in rural Alaska (The Anchorage Daily News 4/5)
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