The Alaska Republican Party’s central committee passed a long resolution on Saturday criticizing the state’s senior U.S. senator for taking multiple anti-Trump positions.
In 2022, it won’t be just Republican voters who decide whether Murkowski should advance to the November ballot.
Sullivan was one of only six Republicans to vote with Democrats to proceed on a bill that would have prevented the government from joining legal challenges to overturn the Affordable Care Act.
The biggest concentration of new enrollees has been among young adults.
Al Gross, an orthopedic surgeon from Petersburg, announced Tuesday that he’s running as an independent against incumbent Republican U.S. Sen. Dan Sullivan.
Democrats wanted to nullify a rule that extends what Senate Democratic Minority Leader Chuck Schumer called “junk insurance” plans. They needed two Republicans, but only got one.
U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski met with Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. Some 30 Alaskans flew to D.C. to urge Murkowski to vote no.
Walker has been working with a bipartisan governors’ group over the past year on health care issues.
Jill Yordy has been waiting since January to learn whether her 5-year-old daughter Raven has qualified for Denali KidCare.
Nationwide, premiums for average-priced policies — according to a Kaiser Family Foundation analysis — offered on and off the health insurance exchanges created under the Affordable Care Act rose by more than a third compared with 2017.