John Sturgeon: "Back to court" an article by Craig Medred

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National Park Service nemesis John Sturgeon now uses a perfectly legal airboat to hunt the remote and wild Nation River near the Canadian border in Eastern Alaska, but his fight with the feds to use an  environmentally friendlier hovercraft is alive and growing.

What began years ago as a somewhat pointless, rules-are-rules dispute between a group of park rangers and an elderly moose hunter in an out-of-the-way corner of North American only a handful of people ever visit, appears today on the verge of turning into a huge state’s rights battle focused on who owns Alaska’s water.

Down about $1 million in legal fees but pressing on because he says he can’t ethically quit at this point, Sturgeon this week asked the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) to again consider the lawsuit he won in the spring of 2016 only to lose for a second time last year back before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in San Fransisco.

John Sturgeon: "Back to court" an article by Craig Medred


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