Democrats and House Republicans may not see expansion and conformity, respectively, as issues worth sticking around for at this point in the legislative session.
The bill’s Democratic sponsor has amended a so-called “red flag” bill in a bid to win more support, but a top Maine gun-rights group said it’s too late in the legislative session to make such a big change.
When one party or the other doesn’t get what it wants in the Maine Legislature, rare procedural maneuvers reign.
It’s deadline day for Maine’s plan to expand Medicaid — but it’s probably not coming.
Gov. Paul LePage lobbed an insult at a federal judge for allowing a lawsuit against President Donald Trump move forward.
The Republican governor wants to make Maine a “right to work” state and make certain non-citizens ineligible for welfare benefits, but those proposals most likely aren’t going anywhere.
The Legislature’s Government Oversight Committee will consider whether to direct its watchdog agency, the Office of Program Evaluation and Government Accountability, to launch an investigation into the events leading up to a 10-year-old Stockton Springs girl’s alleged murder by her mother and stepfather.
Look for a child tax credit and corporate tax breaks to be part of the package proposed by the LePage administration on Thursday.
Maine sheriffs came out in force against the plan, which surprised them when it was released in January. Now, it looks like fixing the jail system will be the task of another governor.
There’s an insider vs. outsider battle brewing in the Republican gubernatorial primary about the claim to the term-limited governor’s legacy.