After a heated discussion in the Maine legislature’s Labor, Commerce, Research and Economic Development committee on Thursday, a majority voted in favor of an amended bill that would allow the
Last week, the Washington Post’s Wonkblog ran a disturbing story about a new law in Kansas that limits the amounts that struggling families can withdraw from their Temporary Assistance for
They do some of the most important work in Maine, including helping elderly Mainers live independently in their own homes in the oldest state in the nation. Despite their important
These are clear, unambiguous statements about important policy issues that are completely at odds with reality and easily proven false.
Yesterday, more than 600 people marched in Portland in support of Maine’s refugees and asylum seekers, who have been singled out by Governor LePage and Republicans in the legislature in
Governor LePage wants to amend the state constitution to get rid of Maine’s income tax, but a bipartisan legislative committee just made it very unlikely that he’ll get his way.
I was wearing both my taxpayer hat and my business owner hat when I attended the presentation of Gov. LePage’s budget at Kennebunk Town Hall last week. By the end