Alaska stakes first riverbed claim; more to be filed
by The Associated Press
Alaska has become the first state in the nation to claim a riverbed under a new process designed by the Bush administration to give up federal interests in some roads and waterways. Alaska claimed about 500 miles of the Black River, from its headwaters near the Canadian border to its mouth on the Po....
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Feds have not disputed claim in past
Judge unable to rule
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