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Trump Rushes Action on Environmental Issues That Could Handcuff Biden

WASHINGTON — The Trump administration is rushing to issue permits, finalize major environmental regulations and even sell the rights to drill... Read More

WASHINGTON — The Trump administration is rushing to issue permits, finalize major environmental regulations and even sell the rights to drill for oil in Alaskan wilderness before Inauguration Day in a push that could complicate Joe Biden's climate and conservation agenda. The eleventh-hour regulatory race... Read More

2020-11-12 21:16:07
by Sean Trambley
Sen. Murkowski Unveils Bill Highlighting Benefits to Alaskan Communities

WASHINGTON – This week, U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska, released her Fiscal Year 2021 Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Appropriations... Read More

WASHINGTON – This week, U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska, released her Fiscal Year 2021 Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act bill.  The Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on the Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies is responsible for funding agencies that are... Read More

2020-10-30 23:40:54
by TWN Staff
AK-AL: Alyse Galvin (I)

About Galvin: Galvin is a third-generation Alaskan and a proud mom of four. She grew up in an Alaskan family... Read More

About Galvin: Galvin is a third-generation Alaskan and a proud mom of four. She grew up in an Alaskan family that battled addiction, mental illness, and abuse, but broke that cycle. Galvin has served Alaska under Republican and Independent governors... Read More

2020-10-30 22:53:36
by TWN Staff
AK-AL: Don Young (R)

About Young: In 2018, Don Young was re-elected to the 116th Congress to serve his 24th term as Alaska’s only... Read More

About Young: In 2018, Don Young was re-elected to the 116th Congress to serve his 24th term as Alaska’s only representative to the United States House of Representatives. He was first sworn in as a freshman to the 93rd Congress... Read More

2020-10-28 15:14:43
by TWN Staff
AK Senate: Al Gross (D)

About Gross: Al Gross was born in the wake of an avalanche in Juneau in 1962. His family's house, at... Read More

About Gross: Al Gross was born in the wake of an avalanche in Juneau in 1962. His family's house, at the foot of Mt. Juneau, was nearly buried in snow just days before he was born. His mom, Shari, was... Read More

2020-10-28 15:09:02
by TWN Staff
AK Senate: Dan Sullivan (R)

About Sullivan: Dan Sullivan was elected in 2014 and sworn in as Alaska’s eighth United States Senator on January 6,... Read More

About Sullivan: Dan Sullivan was elected in 2014 and sworn in as Alaska’s eighth United States Senator on January 6, 2015. Sullivan serves on four Senate committees: the Armed Services Committee, where he is chairman of the Subcommittee on Readiness;... Read More

2020-07-06 17:09:33
by Jacob Pederson
Trump Plan Would Open Huge Swath of Remote Alaska to Drilling

WASHINGTON - The White House proposed Thursday to open more than two-thirds of the nation’s largest piece of public land... Read More

WASHINGTON - The White House proposed Thursday to open more than two-thirds of the nation’s largest piece of public land to oil and gas drilling, striking down wildlife protections in the area that have been in place for more than... Read More

2020-05-01 18:24:58
by Dan McCue
Center for Politics Adds Alaska to Senate Battleground Map

WASHINGTON - The University of Virginia's Center for Politics made a key change Friday to its rating of the race... Read More

WASHINGTON - The University of Virginia's Center for Politics made a key change Friday to its rating of the race for the Alaska Senate Seat currently occupied by GOP Sen. Dan Sullivan, moving the seat from "Safe" to "Likely" Republican... Read More

2019-11-26 22:41:07
by Dan McCue
National Governors Association Working With 5 States on Improving Business Regulations

WASHINGTON — The National Governors Association announced Tuesday it is working with five states – Colorado, Alaska, Delaware, Rhode Island... Read More

WASHINGTON — The National Governors Association announced Tuesday it is working with five states – Colorado, Alaska, Delaware, Rhode Island and Tennessee – to help them improve their business regulatory processes to promote economic development. This work is being completed... Read More

2019-10-10 17:00:40
by Dan McCue
Alaska Supreme Court Hears Youths’ Climate Change Lawsuit

WASHINGTON - Alaska's government-mandated embrace of fossil fuel development is devastating the nation's northernmost state and infringing on the constitutional... Read More

WASHINGTON - Alaska's government-mandated embrace of fossil fuel development is devastating the nation's northernmost state and infringing on the constitutional rights of young residents to a healthy environment, a lawyer for 16 young plaintiffs told the Alaska Supreme Court on... Read More

2019-10-09 15:10:16
by Dan McCue
Alaska Supreme Court to Hear Youth's Climate Change Lawsuit

WASHINGTON - The Alaska Supreme Court will hear arguments Wednesday in a lawsuit claiming the state's policy on fossil fuels... Read More

WASHINGTON - The Alaska Supreme Court will hear arguments Wednesday in a lawsuit claiming the state's policy on fossil fuels harms the constitutional rights of young Alaskans to a safe climate. In 2017, 16 young people filed suit over a... Read More

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