John Sturgeon, in front of the Supreme Court in January 2016, is part of a case involving a hovercraft and moose hunting. (Bill O’Leary/Washington Post)

John Sturgeon, in front of the Supreme Court in January 2016, is part of a case involving a hovercraft and moose hunting. (Bill O’Leary/Washington Post)

Supreme Court to rehear Alaska moose-hunting case

In 2007, three Park Service officers found a man hunting from his hovercraft.

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