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Proposal to relax Maine’s fentanyl, heroin, cocaine trafficking laws to be heard May 13

AUGUSTA – A bill that would relax penalties and laws around heroin, cocaine and fentanyl trafficking,

Taxpayer funded abortion bill to have vote today in Maine House with Mills’ support

AUGUSTA – A controversial bill to provide taxpayer funded abortions in the state of Maine and

Bill to eliminate Medicare and private health insurance for Mainers, turn over control to state will have hearing

AUGUSTA – If you like your private health insurance, Medicare or other federal health coverage plan,

Report says fund Gov. Mills uses to pay for Medicaid expansion is falling short

AUGUSTA – Governor Janet Mills wasted no time when she took office in expanding Medicaid under

Gov. Mills should address needs of Maine families, not lobbyists and special interests, says Rep. Wadsworth

Following is the Republican Weekly Radio Address, this week from Rep. Nate Wadsworth of Hiram. Hello,

Gov. Mills’ veto of ethanol bill ‘stinks to high heaven’ says bill sponsor

AUGUSTA – A donnybrook is brewing in the Maine State House over Governor Janet Mills’ veto

Maine gun rights activists prep for “Second Amendment Tsunami” on May 10

AUGUSTA – A marathon day of public hearings to consider a far reaching group of new

Maine Senate protects religious exemption in vaccine bill after tense floor debate

AUGUSTA – On Thursday the Maine Senate voted to amend a bill that would eliminate two

Huge tax increase lurks in Maine “Universal Health Care” bill, among other changes

AUGUSTA – A bill that would eradicate private health insurance plans in the state of Maine

On “sanctuary state” bill, Janet Mills’ record suggests she’s opposite LePage

AUGUSTA – Governor Janet Mills’ history as Attorney General and her early time as Governor suggest

Sen. Troy Jackson’s bill would let lawyers jack up fees on injured workers

AUGUSTA – A sliding scale system that limits how much lawyers can charge injured workers for

Bill to protect free speech on Maine’s higher education campuses likely to see vote this week

AUGUSTA – A bill sponsored by Rep. John Andrews (R – Paris) that would protect free

Maine welfare for non-citizens bill approved by committee, big price tag revealed

AUGUSTA – On a day when much of Maine’s news media was covering other stories, such

Maine Legislature relents, will continue accepting citizen testimony by email

AUGUSTA – The Maine Legislature has reversed the decision to stop accepting testimony from Maine citizens

Senator Lisa Keim: Let’s help Maine workers ‘earn while they learn’

Following is the weekly Republican radio address from State Senator Lisa Keim. To become a hairdresser

In Maine, murderers and rapists allowed to vote from prison

AUGUSTA – Maine is one of two states doing what Senator Bernie Sanders thinks we should

“I’m not a constitutional lawyer” says ‘Red Flag’ gun confiscation sponsor at public hearing

AUGUSTA – Passionate testimony was offered by lawmakers and citizens both for and against the proposed

Primer: Maine gun confiscation “Red Flag” bill to bring hundreds to Augusta this week

AUGUSTA – On Monday, gun rights supporters will converge on Augusta to stand in opposition to

One party rule threatens Maine families says Maine House GOP Leader

Following is the Weekly Republican Radio Address, delivered by House Republican Leader Rep. Kathleen Dillingham of

Maine Legislature’s presiding officers cut public hearing notice in half for remaining bills

Update: Since this article was originally publicished, the Legislature’s executive director has announced that they have

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