Planned Parenthood says the federal rule changes combined with Dunleavy’s Medicaid veto will hit low-income Alaskans particularly hard.
Meanwhile, Sullivan suggested the criticism is warranted.
The company pursuing Pebble Mine saw its stock prices soar on Wednesday with the unexpected announcement from the Environmental Protection Agency that it was reopening…
Murkowski said Congress cannot hand over its spending powers to the President.
“They didn’t ask for anything with that and they were good with that then,” Murkowski said of Senate Republicans. “And now we’re not good with it?”
She’s also not thrilled of the prospect of Trump tapping military funds to build the wall.
A federal version of (the much-maligned) Senate Bill 91 wouldn’t be good for Alaska, Sullivan argued.
The Republican tax bill, which Murkowski supported, laid the groundwork for the latest legal challenge.
Democrats appealed to the GOP’s few moderates, but only snagged Sen. Susan Collins.
Trump’s furious that Murkowski refused to fall in line on Kavanaugh.