To Miss Star who just retired from Government Hill Elementary after 26 years of teaching kindergarteners, thank you for all you did for my two boys.
Our nation owes a debt of gratitude to all who have chosen to serve under our flag.
Together, these important actions will have a positive impact for women in every part of Alaska.
When Congress set aside its differences and worked together, we made some significant achievements that will deliver benefits for a long time to come.
I’m here because I recognize that climate change is real, we need to act, and we need to work together.
Our bipartisan bill passed the Senate with nearly 70 votes and drew immense support from the Chamber of Commerce, AFL-CIO and hundreds of other groups.
Domestic violence and sexual assault hotline calls have increased by 52% since the beginning of the pandemic.
In an effort to help those who need help most, we shouldn’t unnecessarily burden our children and grandchildren with unnecessary debt.
The Iditarod is a vibrant part of Alaska’s heritage and culture — one that should be kept alive.
The promise of our rich resource potential now comes with a plan. Let’s get to work.
Some have latched onto the word “corporation” and are ignoring both law and history to try to exclude ANCs.
To our service men, women, and families, we are proud of you and thank you for all you do.
Nothing has dampened the indomitable spirit of Alaska, and we’re confident that this pandemic won’t either.
The structure we built should have been sufficient, but the foundation upon which it rested was rotten.
From Hotshot crews and smokejumpers to the firefighters and managers stationed at command centers — our emergency responders were working hard, around the clock.