A question: Knowing that many people read only the headlines or the first few paragraphs of a news story, why would you print two stories on the front page March 15 – “LePage says Obama used Riverview ‘to poke us in the eye’ ” and “Services thin? Governor says opioid care is available, free” – and leave the contradicting facts and the meat of the stories to the back page?

Isn’t it time to stop supporting the untruths (“lies”) of this lame-duck governor?

Bob Lyman

Freeport