Articles written by J P Tangen

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 By J P Tangen    Opinion

DOI Reorganization Bodes Well for Alaska

As almost everyone knows, if you want to do something, anything at all, in our deeply-regulated society you have to take your hat in your hand, bow deeply before the local personification of the... — Updated 9/25/2020

 By J P Tangen    Opinion

Environmental NGO slanders Alaskans

If anyone has not yet read Mike Satre’s excellent editorial in the October 2019 edition of the Alaska Miner magazine they should stop what they are doing right now and read what he has to say. Mike... — Updated 8/14/2020

 By J P Tangen    Opinion

EPA, Corps to release wetlands regulations

Earlier this month the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) announced that they were proposing “a clear, understandable, and implementable definition of t... — Updated 12/27/2018

 By J P Tangen    Opinion

Risk of abandonment of claims continues

About 26 months ago, the Alaska Department of Natural Resources announced its intention to modify the regulations concerning the location of mining claims on state land. The process of amending... — Updated 7/26/2018

 By J P Tangen    Opinion

Alaska holds Klutina Lake Road in trust

In almost fifty years of having practiced law, it has consistently been my counsel to my clients to avoid litigation wherever possible, subject to a lengthy list of qualifications. Certain miscreant... — Updated 1/18/2018

 By J P Tangen    Opinion

Pebble Project win tickles funny bone

Recently, in litigation pending before the federal district court in Anchorage, the Pebble Project withstood an attack seeking to defeat the project's opposition to what may be called the Massacre... — Updated 1/18/2015


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