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Topic - Chris Murphy
Sen. Chris Murphy, Connecticut Democrat, said Tuesday that Israel's military objectives in the conflict in Gaza notwithstanding, the country needs to be aware that rising civilian casualties could simply serve the long-term interests of Hamas as a recruitment tool.
Sen. Chris Murphy, Connecticut Democrat and the Senate's top cheerleader for Obamacare of late, said millions more Americans could be covered if Republican-led states decided to expand Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act.
Sen. Chris Murphy, Connecticut Democrat, said Friday that Russian President Vladimir Putin's triumphant return to Crimea doesn't signify that things are going well for the country.
Congressional Democrats on Wednesday called on their GOP counterparts to end their assault on Obamacare, saying sign-ups totaling 8 million and stories from back home show the war is lost and that it's time to move on.
Health insurance executives told Congress on Wednesday that at least 80 percent of Obamacare customers have paid their first premiums by the deadline, meaning that most of the 8 million people who enrolled are actually getting coverage.
Fresh voices in the U.S. Senate are speaking loudly on foreign policy, a new generation of Republicans and Democrats who reflect a war-weary nation cautious about America's next moves.
U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy has scheduled an expo to help constituents dealing with a government agency or other matter.
Numerous states, including Connecticut, are reporting a rise in heroin use as many addicts shift from more costly and harder-to-get prescription opiates to this cheaper alternative. A look at what's happening in Connecticut:
Sen. Chris Murphy, Connecticut Democrat, said Monday that Crimeans' voting Sunday to split off from Ukraine and join territorial Russia isn't necessarily a win for Russian President Vladimir Putin because of the rest of Ukraine's desire to align with the west and become part of the European Union.
Sen. Chris Murphy, Connecticut Democrat, said Sunday that the "sham referendum" being held Sunday to determine whether Crimea will take steps to secede from Ukraine and align with Russia "isn't fooling anyone."
U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy is asking federal regulators to curb independent electrical suppliers in Connecticut who offer new contracts with lower rates, but fail to fully disclose the potential for significant rate hikes in case of extreme weather fluctuations.
First President Obama's humorous Web interview went viral. Now it's a bona fide phenomenon, at least one Democratic senator said.
Sen. Chris Murphy said Monday that he is confident that Congress will be able to strike a bipartisan deal to impose economic sanctions against Russia after it tightened its grip on the Crimean Peninsula.
U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy is calling for economic sanctions against Russia in response to its military presence in Crimea.
Striking a defiant posture, a group of Senate Democrats on Wednesday pushed back at Republican "haters" of Obamacare and said they will redouble their efforts to highlight people who are gaining health coverage and saving money because of the reforms.
"But they need to weigh that against the long-term danger of continuing to provide this kind of recruiting tool to Hamas," he said.
Mr. Murphy said he certainly understands that tunnels are providing an immediate danger that Israel needs to take care of.