For a day without the House and Senate in session, Wednesday was a busy one in Augusta. Legislative committees heard hours of testimony from department heads, who briefed lawmakers about their agencies’ work and the effect Gov. Paul LePage’s biennial budget proposal would have on it. President Barack Obama’s State of the Union address garnered some conversation, although lawmakers and state […]
Maine leads on voting access. We can do even better.
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Hopefully Augusta can do the math on the state budget
Budget nonsense shows Maine GOP has earned its diminished stature