http://www.adn.com/alaska/story/4227684p-4239643c.html Delegates at a rural law enforcement summit Wednesday found plenty to dislike about the existing system of "cops, courts and corrections" in the Alaskan bush, reports the Anchorage Daily News. But finding a suitable replacement will prove difficult. The daylong gathering, sponsored by the Alaska Federation of Natives, highlighted successes and failures of the current justice system. It was portrayed as a patchwork of state, federal and tribal programs that cover only a portion of Alaska's rural . . .
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