Tuesday, June 18, 2013
The policy comes after a series of articles about the Department of Environmental Protection.
While public bickering remains intense, he shows restraint in meetings with House and Senate leaders.
But the Legislature is still three votes short of a veto-proof majority for a bill that would provide 60,000 low-income Mainers with health insurance.
The House joins the Senate in voting to expand MaineCare, but Republican support falls short of being veto-proof.
Maine is on track to join several other states attempting to require food producers to label food containing genetically modified ingredients following a landslide vote in the House of Representatives on Tuesday.
If he vetoes the compromise, it's unclear whether the votes are there to override.
Maine’s House and Senate both reject a bill, opposed by the lobstering industry, that involved federal waters.
The Maine House on Monday approved a proposal that would prohibit public disclosure of email addresses of residents who sign up to receive notifications from government organizations.