Gov. Paul LePage made a rare public appearance on Thursday, at which he dismissed a report that President Donald Trump wants him to challenge U.S. Sen. Angus King and declined to weigh in on whether he would endorse any of the Republican candidates seeking to succeed him.
The congressman from Maine’s 2nd District is among a group of Republicans calling for a “balanced approach” around an Obama-era immigration policy. A coalition led by the Maine Chamber of Commerce wants a solution, too.
A legislative panel will meet on Monday to discuss Maine’s slate of tax breaks with one key program for businesses on track to expire by next year’s end.
The lawsuit filed earlier this year is headed toward a December hearing, but the LePage administration wants it dismissed.
As reports of past sexual harassment by members of Congress intensify, the same is not the case at the Maine State House, where legislative leaders say no formal complaints have been filed.
The Maine congressman is co-sponsoring a bill that would overhaul the process of reporting sexual harassment in Congress and state Legislature may beef up its own training policies.
Maine’s “cash pool” earned nearly $3.4 million in the first quarter of this fiscal year. Here’s what that means.
The Legislature returns to Augusta on Monday and will likely further delay marijuana sales in Maine.
Three of Maine’s four statewide ballot questions look like they’re leading in a new poll, but referendums have a way of tightening.
The Republican from Maine is the fourth-most popular senator in the nation, but Morning Consult found that her approval has cratered within her own party.