By insuring more people, the bill, still viable with an override of Gov. LePage's veto, could offset the escalating costs of free care, they say.
After refusing the government's request to recall the Jeeps, Chrysler now says dealers will inspect the vehicles and upgrade the rear structure if needed to better handle low-speed crashes.
The slogan is part of a new branding system the city expects to roll out over the summer.
The lower growth in costs comes even as the economy picks up and millions more people get coverage.
A surge in new-home permits and rising demand on the coast give builders in Maine more confidence than they've had in years, mirroring the national trend.
Firearms manufacturers have threatened to leave the state since it passed tough gun-control laws.
Under wraps while lawyers vetted it, the new branding message 'will be distinctly Portland.'