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.
A Poliquin adviser says he’s leasing an apartment attached to his family’s former home, which has been a campaign issue for the congressman in the past.
This year’s primary elections feature some interesting face-offs, and not just in the governor’s race.
Good morning from Augusta. Gov. Paul LePage was in Washington, D.C., to meet with U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross in February and something he’s attributed as saying there is puzzling people who watch Maine’s forest industry closely. A summary of that meeting, also attended by New Brunswick Premier Brian Gallant and his staff, cites the […]
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.
History isn’t on the side of George Gervais’ appointment to the Maine State Housing Authority after Democrats voted him down on a legislative panel last week.
With instances of elder abuse on the rise as the population ages, the Department of Justice announced Thursday an historic sweep of perpetrators. Meanwhile, the fight continues in Maine.
There was a lot to look at in the speech, from legacy-building to the governor’s shaky war history.
But the Republican president has all but issued a veto threat on the proposal, which is narrower than the one many conservatives want.
The abrupt move from the governor coming during a legislative battle to keep the Machiasport prison open indefinitely.