Events are being held across the country (including in Maine) today in solidarity with those at the Standing Rock Reservation in North Dakota who are resisting the Dakota Access Pipeline.
After weeks of national and international attention to a series of violent and racist statements by Governor Paul LePage and attempts to hold him accountable, or the lack thereof, by
Maine is still waiting after 84 months for its employment levels to recover. EPI identifies short-sighted policies like cutting public spending, failing to invest in infrastructure, and refusing to accept federal monies as causes of this slow growth recovery.
Conservation Law Foundation attorney Ben Tettlebaum joins the Beacon podcast this week to discuss the decision by the members of the Maine Public Utilities Commission to ignore the recommendations of
Supporters of comprehensive solar legislation vetoed by Governor Paul LePage on Wednesday are planning a State House rally on Friday that they’ve dubbed “the people’s Last Stand for Solar.” “On
Older Mainers from across the state, and their supporters of all ages, gathered in Augusta yesterday to demand Governor Paul LePage immediately release affordable housing bond funds earmarked for Maine
On a 77-65 party-line vote on Tuesday, the Democratically-controlled Maine House voted down Gov. Paul LePage’s bill to eliminate the estate tax. LD 1622 would have provided a tax break
With mud season right around the corner, our roads will once again be awash in pot holes knocking auto front-ends out of alignment and costing each Maine driver, on average,