Supporters of ranked-choice voting will be back at the polls on Election Day as part a signature drive aimed at repealing a law that could kill the system before it begins in Maine.
The Legislature returns to Augusta on Monday and will likely further delay marijuana sales in Maine.
We don’t know what the recommended fines are, but they could be in the millions and be destined for a court challenge.
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.
Good morning from Augusta, where we may learn a lot more about the backers of the York County casino initiative during what looks like will be a marathon 9 a.m. hearing before the Maine Ethics Commission. The ethics panel may reach a decision on penalizing the proponents of Question 1 on the 2017 ballot on […]
Eight days before Election Day, the Maine Ethics Commission’s investigation into backers of the York County casino campaign threatens to affect the race.
Legislative leaders met on Thursday to decide what bills to allow into the 2018 session. It was a good case study in Augusta brinksmanship.
Gov. Paul LePage and Maine Senate Minority Leader Troy Jackson have warred before, but LePage agreed to an Aroostook County meeting after vetoing one of the Democrat’s bills.
The senator toed the party line with her opposition to a new arbitration rule, even though she helped create the agency that backs it.