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...million in funding to the state's ethics watchdog housed in the Travis County district attorney's office. A Texas state judge assigned a special prosecutor to investigate the veto following a formal complaint filed by a left-leaning watchdog...

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CIFF, ADFG argue need for more information in lawsuit over 2013 management

ANCHORAGE - A state judge heard oral argument yesterday about the lawsuit over 2013 management of Cook Inlet salmon fisheries. The Cook Inlet Fishermen's...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-05-29/ciff-adfg-argue-need-for-more-inform
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CIFF, ADFG argue need for more information in lawsuit over 2013 management

ANCHORAGE - A state judge heard oral argument yesterday about the lawsuit over 2013 management of Cook Inlet salmon fisheries.The Cook Inlet Fishermen's...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-05-29/ciff-adfg-argue-need-for-more-inform
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Judge rules for ADFG in lawsuit over 2013 Cook Inlet salmon management

ANCHORAGE - A state judge ruled in favor of the Alaska Department of Fish and Game in the lawsuit regarding the 2013 Cook Inlet salmon fisheries. The Cook...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-06-05/judget-rules-for-adfg-in-lawsuit-ove
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TAPS owners take series of setbacks in court

...if rebuilt today, was obsolete.The municipalities had their own cost study done and Judge Sharon Gleason, then a state judge in charge of the case, agreed with it. She set the value at $9.98 billion, which has now been upheld by the Supreme...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-03-16/taps-owners-take-series-of-setbacks-
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...Somerset County did not oppose the decision to throw out Richardson's conviction, but the charges still stand and a state judge has given prosecutors until Dec. 17 to say whether they want to retry him.Richardson admitted he sold drugs in the...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2013-10-29
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Joe Miller ordered to pay $85,000 in legal fees

JUNEAU - A state judge has ordered 2010 U.S. Senate candidate Joe Miller to pay more than $85,000 in legal costs to the Alaska Dispatch after the...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2013-05-20/joe-miller-ordered-to-pay-85000-in-l
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Alaska high court throws out Miller claims

...him once the high court had ruled. Miller did not immediately comment. The decision follows Miller's appeal of a state judge's decision to toss out his challenge to the state's counting of ballots for Murkowski. Miller maintained the state...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/122210/new_760204679.shtml
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Militia leader sentenced

...was an overreach by prosecutors and an attempt to silence Cox and his offensive but protected speech.Cox once told a state judge some militia members would sooner murder her than appear before her, and told an Alaska State Trooper the militia had...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2013-01-08/militia-leader-sentenced
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State opens gas, oil bids in North Slope Foothills, Cook Inlet areas

...Those bids totaled $581,290 on about 100,000 acres. Cook Inlet sales were limited by a court order. An Anchorage state judge determined that the Department of Natural Resources must conduct a thorough study of the effects of oil and gas development...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/050102/ala_050102alapm0090001.shtml
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