Judge rules against halting new name
Transition from Barrow to Utqiagvik can continue; Superior Court judge says opponents failed to show they would probably succeed
A judge in Alaska dealt a legal blow March 10 to opponents of the new Inupiat Eskimo name approved by voters for the northernmost town in the U.S.
Superior Court Judge Paul Roetman denied a request to halt implementation of the transition from the old name of Barrow to Utqiagvik until a lawsuit fil....
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