Democrats stand strong on taxes and education, while Gov. LePage retreats from everything

Democrats stand strong on taxes and education, while Gov. LePage retreats from everything

On this episode of the Beacon Podcast, Mike Tipping and Ben Chin discuss the results of the New Hampshire primaries, the strong bipartisan vote in the Maine House against a corporate tax giveaway and in favor of funding for local schools and Governor Paul LePage’s increasing disengagement from the duties of his office, including on failing to deliver the state of the state address and withdrawing his nominee for Education Commissioner.

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