Alaska land act could determine fate of Village at Wolf Creek

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Alaska land act could determine fate of Village at Wolf Creek

Does law about access to inholdings apply to cases in the Lower 48?
President Jimmy Carter’s decision in 1978 to invoke the Antiquities Act to save huge portions of Alaska from development sparked furious opposition, with protesters burning him in effigy. A legislative compromise in 1980, the Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act, protected nearly 105 million acres in the state and allowed private landholders access to inholdings.

Alaska land act could determine fate of Village at Wolf Creek

President Jimmy Carter’s decision in 1978 to invoke the Antiquities Act to save huge portions of Alaska from development sparked furious opposition, with protesters burning him in effigy. A legislative compromise in 1980, the Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act, protected nearly 105 million acres in the state and allowed private landholders access to inholdings.
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