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Barr Declares PubliC Safety Emergency In Rural Alaska

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Barr Declares PubliC Safety Emergency In Rural Alaska

Barr Declares PubliC Safety Emergency In Rural Alaska

According to a report by Newser, the Trump administration has declared a public-safety emergency in rural Alaska.

US Attorney General William Barr made the announcement in a statement on Friday, saying, "I witnessed firsthand the complex, unique, and dire law enforcement challenges the State of Alaska and its remote Alaska Native communities are facing.

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