Both of Maine’s representatives vote against the bill, which is expected to win final approval in the Senate as early as Thursday.
The Huskies are off to the best start in school history.
A plant in Burnham will be the only place the wooden toys are made, and most of the wood used in production will come from Maine.
Maine should change its laws and prevent creditors from garnishing so much that it pushes families below a living wage.
MOFGA’s annual event starts Friday in Unity.
The auction house estimates the Harley-Davidson will bring $1 million to $1.2 million at its Oct. 18 sale.
The board of selectmen has twice refused to ask voters whether they want to allow recreational use of marijuana in town.
Leaving school with debt but no diploma puts too many in a no-win economic posture.
About 75 percent of Yahoo’s 2013 revenue came from collecting data about its customers and selling it to advertisers.
Germany is using sound policymaking to attract investment in wind and solar power.
Community Eligibility ensures that kids get the sustenance they need to do well in class.
Before concluding that the federal tax code is draconian, look at corporations’ profits and cash holdings.
Maine policymakers still need details on how another facility would cut into New England’s finite gambling market.
But the odd timing of the measures highlights the EU’s dangerous foot-dragging.
The league should examine why Ray Rice was let off easy until a damaging videotape surfaced.
The jobs lost in the Great Recession are being replaced with low-wage, dead-end positions.
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