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Native Voting Rights and Language Access (Toyukak v. Dahlstrom)

Alaska Native voters and Alaska Tribes successfully sued the State of Alaska, forcing it to comply with the language assistance provisions of the Voting Rights Act and the voting guarantees of the 14th and 15th Amendments to the U.S. Constitution.

Klamath Tribes’ Water Rights

Klamath Tribes' continue to seek to quantify and enforce their water rights, which the courts recognized in 1983.

Village of Kake Hunting Rights (Alaska v. Federal Subsistence Board)

The State of Alaska is using taxpayer dollars to sue a federal agency for granting the Organized Village of Kake a life-saving emergency subsistence hunt during a time of global food chain supply issues and intense food scarcity due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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