Proposed Natural Resource Bills Bad for Alaskans
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Landmark Constitutional Lawsuit Challenging Exploration and Water Use Permits for the Proposed Pebble Mine Ends

After two years of investigating and litigating the exploration and temporary water use permits for the Pebble Project, the two-week trial closed on December 17, 2010.

Superior Court Judge Aarseth has begun his deliberations while the testimony is fresh in his mind, but deadlines for post-trial written submissions mean a ruling won’t be issued until March 2011, at the earliest. Trustees for Alaska recently submitted our post-trial brief and proposed findings of fact and conclusions of law.

Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law