Tuesday, March 11, 2014
By authorizing hygienists to do more, the bill might benefit rural children, but dentists object.
Nearly 20 forest rangers testified in favor of the bill last month, but the agency that oversees the rangers doesn't back the bill.
Rep. Sharon Anglin Treat says Maine should learn from the 2012 meningitis outbreak linked to Massachusetts.
Lawmakers say children don't understand credit cards or how to check bank statements.
Marnie Darling Voter shared personal – and painful – secrets with Maine State Museum curator Kate McBrien . . .
But supporters of the bill say the addition of 'dental hygiene therapists' would expand access to care.
Bills being considered this week would further limit the use of BPA and tighten labeling rules.
The House favors letting school boards ignore the live-in-the-district rule when choosing superintendents.
The bill gives local school boards the power to override city charter requirements that superintendents must live in the city.
The Thurston Park Committee comes up with a creative fundraising idea to pay for repairs to the access road.