Monday, May 20, 2013
The bills would cut food stamps for many Mainers, but would give a boost to the state's local farmers.
The former senator promotes her book, 'Fighting for Common Ground: How We Can Fix the Stalemate in Congress.'
The college professor, who grew up dirt poor, stresses the need to fund programs like Upward Bound.
Co-authored by Maine's Susan Collins, the move to revamp the military's response to sexual assaults has bipartisan support.
Lawmakers also condemn the subpoena of Associated Press phone records.
Most in Kittery will be exempt from furloughs, unlike the majority of Pentagon employees.
Civilian employees at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard are spared 11 unpaid days off.
Sales are on a roll for a roving business that gets many of its seafood products from Maine and offers them curbside.