State House Archive

Sen. Marianne Moore: Gov. Janet Mills must act on senior care crisis immediately

Following is the Weekly Republican Radio Address from Senator Marianne Moore. Hello, I am Senator Marianne

Maine bill would replace “mother”, “woman” with “person” in breast-feeding protections

AUGUSTA – Under the Maine Human Rights Act, the right of a “mother” to breast-feed in

Rep. Foster: Maine Dems on track to “run out of other people’s money”

Following is the Weekly Republican Address, from Rep. Steve Foster. Hello, this is Steve Foster, State

Sen. Pouliot: Maine’s math scores are slipping, the right tech can turn things around

This past week, the Maine Department of Education released a summary of the results of the

New absentee voting bill would open Maine up to voter fraud, say Election Clerks

AUGUSTA – Maine already makes voting by absentee ballot extremely easy, with voters having the ability

Endorsement in hand, Sara Gideon pushes $3M Maine taxpayer funding for Planned Parenthood

AUGUSTA – On January 21, 2020, Speaker Sara Gideon received the endorsement of Planned Parenthood in

“Fiscal accountability” rules could leave Janet Mills facing $525M budget shortfall after surplus spent

WASHINGTON D.C. & AUGUSTA – After Governor Janet Mills increased state spending by nearly $1 billion

Pro-RCV Maine group touted Iowa Dem Caucus day before it descended into chaos

AUGUSTA – The day before the Iowa Democratic Presidential Caucus descended into chaos, embarrassing the DNC

Senator Shenna Bellows silent on senior care closing in district – pushes “Spaceport”, political attacks and re-election instead

AUGUSTA – When a major employer in her district announced it would close, leaving 600 elderly

Gov. Janet Mills’ new budget relying on plan to tax Netflix, Hulu, YouTube, etc.

AUGUSTA – If you are one of the thousands of Mainers who purchase one or more

Rep. Millett: Governor Janet Mills spends on “wants” not “needs”, core priorities overlooked

Following is the Weekly Republican Radio Address. Hello, this is Sawin Millett, State Representative from Waterford.

REPORT: Sara Gideon takes another $20k from Washington DC Lobbyists, despite anti-lobbyist pledge

AUGUSTA – Sara Gideon may claim to be anti-lobbyist, but a new report analyzing her most

Gov. Janet Mills’ new spending plan mostly ignores Maine’s roads and nursing homes

AUGUSTA – When Governor Janet Mills spoke the most memorable line in her recent State of

Senator Dana Dow: Dealing with business “Climate Change” is what Maine needs

Hello, I am Senate Republican Leader Dana Dow. Any discussion of the state’s efforts to expand

Rep. Bruce Bickford: Maine Property Tax Relief – The Real Story

Following is the Weekly Republican Radio Address. Hi, this is Bruce Bickford, State Representative from Auburn.

REPORT: Sara Gideon took almost $20k from D.C. lobbyists ahead of new anti-lobbyist pledge

WASHINGTON D.C. – A report from the Washington Free Beacon says that Sara Gideon’s campaign for

Governor Janet Mills not abandoning regional gas tax despite 86% public opposition in stakeholder feedback

AUGUSTA – In the month since the architects of the Transportation and Climate Initiative rolled out

Sen. Jeff Timberlake: Maine Legislature has another 150 spending bills but we should live within our means

Following is the Weekly Republican Radio Address. Now that we have returned for the second, so-called

Electric school buses at more than twice the cost? Maine lawmakers to consider, starting today

AUGUSTA – Is Maine facing an emergency requiring public school districts to purchase electric school buses

Controversy erupts over Troy Jackson threatening BIW while being paid by group seeking dispute

AUGUSTA – Controversy engulfed State Senate President Troy Jackson this week as he sought to beat

Rep. Kathleen Dillingham: Maine is overspending without meeting basic needs

Following is the Weekly Republican Radio Address. Hello, this is Representative Kathleen Dillingham of Oxford, the

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