Alaska Supreme Court sides with Interior tribe in child custody, sovereignty case
The Alaska Supreme Court ruled Friday in support of an Interior tribal court in a child custody and tribal sovereignty case that was contested by Gov. Sean Parnell’s administration.
The case, Simmonds v. Parks, started almost six years ago as a custody dispute in the Village of Minto, a town of 200 people about 130 road miles northwest of Fairbanks.
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Learn more about the case at the Native American Rights Fund website.