It was one “Bridge to Nowhere” joke too many for Alaska’s lone congressman.
President Donald Trump declared the opioid abuse epidemic ravaging the country a national health emergency at an event today, calling it the “worst drug crisis”…
Could it really be? Congress has produced a health care bill that isn’t expected to dump millions of Americans off their health insurance.
Walker remains a key part of a bipartisan coalition of governors who’ve become an influential voice on health care.
As the window is fast closing on the Senate’s ability to repeal the anti-arbitration rule, pressure is mounting even in the federal government.
Rates across the board for individual plans were expected to go down by an average of 26.5 percent if the payments were kept, according to Alaska’s insurance director.
A top Interior Department scientist says he was reassigned to an accounting position after talking publicly about the impacts climate change were having in Alaska.
With the Senate’s hopes of repealing Obamacare dashed (at least for now), the Senate GOP’s attention is quietly turning to repealing consumer protection rules on…
GOP leadership officially gave up on the last last-ditch effort to repeal Obamacare, sparing Alaska’s senators from taking a position on the bill.
They reach the improved funding number with some creative accounting.