Articles & Op-eds

May 2009
Delegation works to mandate two tugs for every tanker: EDITORIAL: Sound Protection
Alaska Could Lead The Nation In Renewable Energy
Concern grows about $10 million federal earmark: Interior Alaska coal-to-diesel plant faces setback
Coal-to-diesel plant faces problems
EXXON VALDEZ: Plan currently requiring them expires in 2012.: Two-tug tanker escort could become federal law
Future teachers group chats with Murkowski
Murkowski, Begich team up on tanker escort bill
Politicians push for mandatory escort of oil tankers
Murkowski encourages fish diet for pregnant women
NOMINEE: Alaska senator fights confirmation of Hayes to Interior post.: Senate nod likely, though Murkowski objects
Stakeholders say legislation endangers Tongass Futures compromise: New bill would resolve Sealaska land issue
Originally published in the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner, May 10, 2009: Federal budget cuts slash Alaska programs, defense
Sen. Kerry looks for window to ratify Law of the Sea
Senators address Arctic warming
Letter to the Editor: Service honored
April 2009
Senators want to expel junk food from US schools
Les Blumenthal : Ferry system bill could bring $200 million to Washington state
Lawmakers from Washington state and Alaska are teaming up to push for a dramatic increase in federal spending on ferry systems nationwide.: WA, Alaska lawmakers urge more spending on ferries
Bingaman, Murkowski Seek To Establish Energy Loan Agency
Senators Question Cost of New Police Radios
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