Friday, April 18, 2014
The bill goes to Gov. Paul LePage for his signature.
The vote along party lines is 20-15, which falls short of the two-thirds majority necessary for a successful override.
The Massachusetts-based nonprofit plans to be the third ACA option for Mainers in 2015, with sign-ups beginning this fall.
Researchers who tested 272 schoolchildren find for the first time that even low levels of exposure may affect IQ, but the results need further confirmation.
Six nonprofits want to replace the contractor that has been blamed for missed MaineCare rides.
One of the largest such studies ever done in the state will help indicate whether the vitamin can help prevent the more common form of the disease.
Police stop the vehicle on Interstate 295 in Bowdoin.
Maine residents are signing up at fast pace in the final week.
The bill would cancel the contract of underperforming company CTS and give local providers a better chance to win contracts. DHHS opposes the plan.
A court order forces Little Bigs bakery to rename the pastry, but it doesn’t dampen demand.