Good morning from the State House, where it’s fair to say the Legislature is finally in full swing. That means there’s a dense schedule of committee work this afternoon which will draw in people from across Maine to support or oppose myriad bills working their way through the process. The breadth of topics is wide. […]
While Gov. Paul LePage’s $6.3 billion budget plan and its proposal to drastically change Maine’s tax structure will undoubtedly continue to drive the conversations in Augusta this week, the resignation of Rep. Elizabeth Dickerson, D-Rockland, will also command at least some attention.
Jackson is peeved about being put on the environmental group’s Dirty Dozen list, usually reserved for candidates with truly abysmal environmental records.