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The senior U.S. Senator from Alaska, serving since 2002.
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ENG: Lisa Ann Murkowski (born May 22, 1957) is the senior U.S. Senator from the State of Alaska and a member of the Republican Party. She was appointed to the Senate in 2002 by her father, Governor Frank Murkowski. After losing a Republican primary in 2010, she became the second person ever to win a U.S. Senate election through write-in votes. Born in Ketchikan, Alaska, she is the daughter of former U.S. Senator and Alaska Governor Frank Murkowski. She graduated from Georgetown University and received her law degree from Willamette University College of Law. After working as an attorney in the 1980s and 1990s, she was elected to the Alaska House of Representatives in 1998. Shortly after being elected House Majority Leader in 2002, she was appointed to the United States Senate by her ...
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Murkowski, Ensign Signal Support For DADT Repeal

Senator Lisa Murkowski is reportedly going to vote for the repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, as will Senator John Ensign. They join Senators Luger and Collins in their intention to vote to end this discriminatory law. In Murkowski’s case, the change may be come because of the fact that the RNC and many anti-LGBT groups campaigned against her during her reelection campaign which she won as a write in candidate. KTV’s Matt Felling told CNN that Murkowski has seemed different of late, and he asked her about the representing the middle of the road Alaskans, ...

Uncut Interview with Sen. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska

Senator reacts to 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' repeal; Bush-era tax cuts; challenged write-in votes, shift in Senate dynamics; and Sen. Jim DeMint's involvement in Alaska election. Matthew Felling's exclusive interview with Senator Lisa Murkowski: The election Her declaration of victory The Senate GOP shifting rightward How she'll demonstrate her moderate tone. (And her friend/colleague Iowa Democrat Tom Harkin) Tea Party electability and Sen. DeMint (R-SC) The Bush tax cuts expiring The Don't Ask, Don't Tell repeal heading for a vote On Joe Miller's recent ...

Murkowski Certification On Hold as Miller Considers Lawsuit‎

Sen. Lisa Murkowski's election victory in Alaska is on hold pending a lawsuit by Joe Miller's campaign challenging the vote count. U.S. District Judge Ralph Beistline said Friday that he would order election officials to wait to certify the results if Miller files his legal challenge in state court by Monday, The Associated Press reported. Earlier Friday, Miller sought a preliminary injunction from Beistline's federal court, complaining that the hand-counting of write-in votes happened too fast and didn't allow his campaign time to mount challenges. "My campaign team and I were ...

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Senate Appropriators Urge VA to Abandon Flawed Choice Program in Alaska
MILCON-VA Funding Bill Advances to Full Senate...
Murkowski: Federal Government Forcing Isolated Alaska Native Community to Live in Fear
Washington, D.C. – U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska, today conducted oversight of the Department of the Interior’s callous decision to deny the Alaska Native community of King Cove reliable access to medical transportation. Murkowski pointed to the administration’s rejection of an 11-mile, non-commercial use, gravel road that would give residents of King Cove access to emergency medical care through the all-weather airport in nearby Cold Bay, Alaska. Click picture to view video “The Interior Department’s heartless decision to reject access to life-saving emergency medical care was callous and cynical. It shattered the trust responsibility that the federal government is supposed to have to our nation’s Native peoples. It has left the people of King Cove in the same situation they have been in for decades: at the mercy of the elements, left to suffer needless pain, and perhaps even death, should they ever have a medical emergency,” Murkowski s
Murkowski Reacts to Interior’s Final Well Control Rule
Washington, D.C. – Sen. Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska, released the following statement in response to the Department of the Interior’s final Well Control Rule: “The administration’s regulatory onslaught against Alaskan energy production continues unabated. In a period when we should be thinking about ways of making American oil and gas more competitive, the federal government’s prescriptive approach to rulemaking often fails to capture the capabilities of American workers that are more nimble and more immersed in evolving technologies and processes than bureaucrats in Washington. The last version of these regulations was ham-fisted, to the point of potentially making offshore operations more dangerous, so I will read the final rule very carefully.” Murkowski, chairman of the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, held a hearing on the subject in December 2015.
Murkowski Secures Military Construction Funding for Alaska
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Military Construction, Veterans Affairs, and Related Agencies (MILCON-VA) approved the Fiscal Year 2017 appropriations bill, which contains several priorities U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski secured for Alaska. As a member of this subcommittee, Murkowski secured the full $561 million requested by the Pentagon to support crucial defense projects in Alaska. More than half of that funding is allocated to support the F-35 beddown at Eielson Air Force Base. 94 percent of these funds will be spent on construction in Interior Alaska. The full Senate Appropriations Committee is expected to report the bill to the Senate floor on Thursday.  “While Alaska is set to receive a larger share of the 2017 military construction budget than any other state, these investments are incredibly important for the security of our entire nation,” said Senator Murkowski. “This funding bill not only allows us to obtain the

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