Gov. Bill Walker has also ordered that all Alaska state flags be flown at half-staff today in conjunction with the president’s order for U.S. flags.
With the appointment opening the door to attacks on Roe v. Wade among other cases, Murkowski stands to be at the center of the fight.
Sullivan called for more resources put toward U.S. immigration courts to more quickly prosecute cases of illegal immigration and process asylum-seekers.
“Sure just wish we weren’t in this place in the first place,” Murkowski said of legislation to protect Mueller from being fired.
The comments make Sullivan one of a growing group of Republicans and industry members worried about the tariffs’ impact.
A joke-filled story told to fellow Republicans or an insight into president’s knowledge of Alaska?
A spokeswoman for the National Park Service said, “We welcome their resignations.”
Murkowski spent much of 2017 seeking clarity on the administration’s plans for states that have legalized marijuana.
Walker joins other governors in sending Congress a bipartisan message.
The Alaska Federation of Natives joined a growing group of organizations to call out President Donald Trump for using the name “Pocahontas” during a ceremony…