Wednesday, April 23, 2014
As he approached a flock of birds on Interstate 95, one of them flew directly into his windshield.
Independent gubernatorial candidate Eliot Cutler’s plan would reduce property taxes by up to 40 percent, and pay for it by expanding the sales tax.
The Office of Securities is soliciting information from investors or would-be investors.
The governor calls the vote ‘the latest attack by job-killing liberal politicians.’
A legislator says the proposal would give the Board of Corrections tools to combat inefficiencies.
The bill would have extended care to more than 60,000 low-income Mainers. LePage said he didn’t trust the federal government to follow through on its promise to pay for it.
But the independent Maine senator says he’ll decide after the elections based on what’s best for his state.
Democrats squeak through a compromise different from one passed by the Senate, making a deal a long shot.
And payments statewide totaled $300 million that year, according to data made public for the first time – but much of it goes to costs, not profits.