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ANCHORAGE, Alaska - (AP) An Alaska petroleum industry trade group has sued the federal government over its designation of 187,157 square miles as polar bear critical habitat, claiming it covers too much territory and could cost tens of millions or more in economic effects. The Alaska Oil and Gas Association sued Tuesday. . . . Full version available to lexis.com subscribers.