While Gov. Paul LePage is asking the federal government to reject the state’s court-ordered expansion plan, Maine is officially asking to follow federal law.
Gov. Paul LePage wants the federal government to reject the state’s Medicaid expansion application. Advocates say it may not be able to and see other legal problems with the governor’s move.
A ruling from the Maine Supreme Judicial Court was a step forward for Medicaid expansion proponents, but the biggest questions in the case haven’t been answered yet.
We may learn today if Gov. Paul LePage’s administration will release roughly $1 million in taxpayer funding for campaigns or appeal a judge’s order. Uncertainty remains for candidates.
The moderate Republican hasn’t said how she’ll vote on “moving target” tax reform, but she thinks linking it to a key piece of the Affordable Care Act is a bad idea.
The senator toed the party line with her opposition to a new arbitration rule, even though she helped create the agency that backs it.
He and three other Republican governors will meet with the president for about an hour, but we don’t know what it’s about.
He told a Maine talk radio station that “we hope” it won’t kill the Graham-Cassidy bill. But it might.
Maine’s junior senator told reporters on Friday that he has never seen a greater act of political “courage and commitment” than U.S. Sen. Susan Collins’ party-bucking vote against a plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. The comments from independent U.S. Sen. Angus King came just hours after Collins was one of three Republicans who […]