AUGUSTA — Maine environmental groups said fighting Gov. Paul LePage’s proposed repeal of environmental regulations is their priority this legislative session.

The Maine Environmental Priorities Coalition, which represents 25 groups supported by about 100,000 members, vowed to fight any weakening of the state’s environmental protections and came out in support of four pending bills, including the ban of bisphenol-A in baby products that LePage wants repealed.

The environmental groups unveiled their legislative agenda this morning at the State House following a breakfast with lawmakers.

“Every step we take must maintain our forward-thinking approach to natural resource stewardship and reflect the core values Maine people hold dear,” said Maureen Drouin, executive director of the Maine Conservation Voters Education Fund.

The coalition said they work to help pass legislation aimed at reducing Maine’s dependence on oil, protect open space from development and expand the state’s electronic waste program to small businesses.