Articles & Op-eds

May 2020
Utility Dive: Utility Dive: Murkowski, Collins, Tillis urge Treasury to extend aid to solar industry
Ed Source: Ed Source: Schools would get $1 billion to help homeless students under bipartisan federal proposal
KTUU: KTUU: Alaska state senators share Memorial Day Messages
Homeland Prep News: Homeland Prep News: Senators urge COVID-19 task force to provide PPE, testing for firefighters battling wildfires
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner: Fairbanks Daily News-Miner: Federal panel OKs work for 800-mile Alaska natural gas pipeline
Wildfire Today: Wildfire Today: Senators request PPE and testing for wildland firefighters
Huffington Post: Huffington Post: Domestic Violence Programs Can’t Get Funds Quickly During COVID-19. This Bill Can Fix That.
Utility Dive: Utility Dive: Treasury Department offers wind industry coronavirus lifeline with proposed safe harbor extension
Alaska Public Media: Alaska Public Media: Chief Medical Officer's Handling Of Coronavirus Inspires Alaskans To #ThinkLikeZink
Chilkat Valley News: Chilkat Valley News: Murkowski to address graduation, virtually
KTUU: KTUU: Alaska delegation stands by CARES Act allocation, seeks to give states more flexibility
Daily Energy Insider: Daily Energy Insider:Alaska’s congressional delegation urges Dept. of Interior to finalize EIS on Willow project
KNOM: KNOM: Profile: Update from Senator Lisa Murkowski on COVID-19, State of the State Economy, and Rural Alaska
April 2020
KTOO: KTOO: Alaska’s top doctor says we can’t let the number of COVID-19 cases to grow unchecked
Must Read Alaska: Must Read Alaska: PPP loans revised for Alaska’s seasonal businesses
Juneau Empire: Juneau Empire: Senators: Loan program refilled, terms now more favorable for seasonal businesses
KINY: KINY: Murkowski calls for loans for energy industry
KYUK: KYUK: Coronavirus Update: US Sen. Lisa Murkowski
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner: Fairbanks Daily News Miner: Senate approves CARES Act ‘2.0’ to make up for losses in original bill
Anchorage Daily News: Anchorage Daily News: OPINION: Attacks on Native corporations over CARES Act are unfair
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