Lots and lots of paper gets pushed in Augusta — much of it dry, stoic bureaucratic jargon. The business of state government is serious, and that’s reflected in the writing. It’s important, but nearly never thrilling. The stuff that’s not dry often comes from political spin officers. That material is colorful in rhetoric and heavy on emotional […]
The Maine Legislature seems finally ready to return
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We need standards on who can vote. Citizenship is a good one.
We shouldn't cheer secret recordings in the White House