Articles & Op-eds

October 2019
Ms Magazine: Ms. Magazine: Congress Can Help Girls Worldwide Stay in School
Alaska Journal of Commerce: Alaska Journal of Commerce: High hurdles remain on efforts to control health care costs
Bloomberg: Bloomberg: INSIGHT: NELA—A Big, Bipartisan Opportunity for Nuclear Power
Anchorage Daily News: Anchorage Daily News: Alaska senators condemn Trump administration’s U.S. troop withdrawal from Syria
mHealth Intelligence: mHealth Intelligence: Senators Ask HHS to Sustain Project ECHO Telemedicine Programs
Lexology: Lexology: PROTECT Act Seeks to Bolster Domestic Electric Grid Cybersecurity
KTUU: KTUU: Trump relaxes EPA emission regulations on generators in rural Alaska
Daily Energy Insider: Daily Energy Insider: Trump announces intent to nominate James Danly to Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
Ripon Advance: Ripon Advance: Cassidy introduces bipartisan bill creating exceptions process for medication step therapy
KTVA: KTVA: Sen. Murkowski says Alaskans should feel sick about high rates of sexual assault and domestic violence
Maritime Executive: Maritime Executive: Op-Ed: Congress Should Honor WWII Merchant Marine Veterans
Contractor Mag: Contractor Mag: PMI Applauds Budget Bill Preserving WaterSense
KTUU: KTUU: 23 Alaska veterans head to Washington for Last Frontier Honor Flight
September 2019
Biosimilars: biosimilars: Bipartisan Bill Seeking to Curb Step Therapy Introduced in Senate
Market Tactic: Market Tactic: Miners Eager For Electric Cars
Washington Post: Washington Post: OPINION: Why I support Trump’s proposal to lift restrictions in the Tongass
Maritime Executive: Maritime Executive: U.S. House Approves Bill to Recognize Merchant Mariners of WWII
Proactive Investor: Proactive Investor: American Battery Metals CEO Doug Cole says the US must do more to compete in the global critical minerals market
Anchorage Daily News: Anchroage Daily News: Murkowski says Pebble mine shouldn’t be permitted unless data ‘gaps’ get explained
Alaska Public Media: Alaska Public Media: ‘Concerning,’ ‘No comment’: Alaska senators respond to latest Trump controversy
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