Friday, May 24, 2013
The House and Senate approve a bill that would pay state hospitals back $186 million, and give basic health coverage to 60,000 Mainers using federal dollars.
His surprise request to speak is rebuffed in order to keep ‘politics’ out of talks to deal with his MaineCare cutoff warning.
Agribusiness giants like Monsanto will likely sue and have deep pockets, the AG says, but lawmakers still recommend passage.
Those on the education panel say the state should not subsidize the for-profit entities.
The 'ticket to work' proposal aims to help prepare welfare recipients for the work force.
The bill, fiercely opposed by Republicans, is designed to combine one of the Democrats' leading policy initiatives with Gov. LePage's payback plan.