Shocked. Shocked! Well, not that shocked.
The lawsuit is brought by conservation and tribal groups who argue the Trump administration’s planned sale goes far beyond what was envisioned in the 2017 federal tax act and needs to go through more rigorous approval.
The motion argues the feds overlooked much of the potential environmental damage posed by drilling in the region.
The Senate had rejected the provision on the first pass, but supported it thanks to reworked language (and an unavoidable deadline).
The bill is tailored to address multiple issues raised in the no-jail sentence of Justin Schneider for a shocking 2017 kidnapping and sexual assault on a woman.
A joke-filled story told to fellow Republicans or an insight into president’s knowledge of Alaska?
Today, we’re looking at some of the biggest stories we’re looking forward to in 2018.
Alaska Sens. Lisa Murkowski and Dan Sullivan voted along with every other available Republican senator to pass the GOP tax bill early Wednesday morning. The…
Rep. Don Young is on the U.S. House’s negotiating team for the GOP’s tax cut bill. Young will be among a team of nine representatives…
The Senate Republicans’ controversial tax “reform” bill seemed to suffer another setback this week when leadership announced that to pay for their tax cuts they’d…