This Maine politics round-up is part of an occasional feature here at State & Capitol to give readers some quick political news tidbits that didn’t merit a full story, but are still worth noting. In the past, this sort of thing would be called a “Reporter’s Notebook,” but that phrase seems a bit … outdated. […]
Maine lawmakers still cannot agree on bonds, campaign finance fix
Mills won the Democratic primary, but did ranked-choice voting work?
Sins at the southern border will haunt our country
Susan Collins opposes bill focused on stopping taking children from asylum seekers