Gov. Bill Walker's decision to not appeal a federal court's ruling in an Alaska Native lands trust case is as disastrous as the ruling itself. It was a year ago that the state, in taking over a lawsuit against the federal government brought by Alaska tribes in Akiachak, Chalkyitsik and Tuluksak, made a compelling case that the Department of the Interior erred terribly when it changed its rules to allow Alaska Native land to be accepted into trust by the federal government.
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