The announcement along with pretty much every other statement she’s made in recent months about the race casts shade at her far-right Trump-endorsed opponent: short-time Department of Administration Commissioner Kelly Tshibaka.
It’s time for a federal solution. The Equality Act would start to address these issues by guaranteeing basic, fundamental protections for all people in employment, housing and public accommodations regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity. It would ensure transgender and nonbinary people are guaranteed the opportunity to work and provide for their families, secure a home for their loved ones, and access life-saving medical care – free from harassment, violence, and discrimination.
U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski does not have covid-19, her office said today. Murkowski appeared by video at a fundraiser on Tuesday night, telling the audience…
Under Moore’s polling, things would go down to the wire but Murkowski would ultimately prevail.
The fundraising reports don’t show Trump’s endorsement of Tshibaka helped with her fundraising.
Congress’ latest flashpoint over former President Donald Trump is taking shape in the battle on whether or not to appoint a commission to investigate the…
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki had nothing but praise for the process that led to the passage of the bill. “This bill is an example of the critical bipartisan work that can be done in Congress,” she said, “and the president is grateful to Sen. Murkowski and Congressman Young for their leadership in this area.”
Tshibaka, who’s avoided accountability and oversight while working for the Dunleavy administration, says she’s running because “The D.C. insiders need to be held accountable to us.”
Haaland’s nomination is all but certain at this point, which would make her the first ever Native American to hold the position of Interior Secretary.
Meanwhile, Sen. Dan Sullivan voted against proceeding.