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Maine House votes to ban Styrofoam containers

AUGUSTA – The Maine House of Representatives on Thursday voted to ban the use of Styrofoam

Rep. Jeff Hanley: We’re opposing Democrats relentless pursuit of fuel tax, raising energy costs

Following is the weekly radio address from the House Republican caucus, this week delivered by Rep.

Gov. Mills hits Rainy Day Fund for second time in three months

AUGUSTA – A financial order signed on March 28th by Governor Janet Mills drew $3.5 million

Democrat lawmakers target Maine Income Tax Relief Fund

AUGUSTA – Rather than adjust Janet Mills’ proposed budget to more accurately reflect current spending rates

Maine lawmakers split over Janet Mills’ proposed cut and shift from vocational education funding

AUGUSTA – Saying they disagree with Gov. Janet Mills’ proposal to cut funding to local vocational

Maine House Speaker Sara Gideon sponsoring nearly $750 million in new debt, would triple current debt level

AUGUSTA – You have to dig through the Maine Legislature’s website to find them all, but

Maine President of anti-Christian group opens House in “Prayer”

AUGUSTA – Tom Waddell said he was going to make an “inspired invocation” to start the

Another “fee” on heating oil proposed in Maine Legislature, will be heard this week

AUGUSTA – After facing stiff opposition to numerous efforts to raise taxes on gasoline, heating oil

Taxpayer-funded illegal drug injection sites proposed in Maine

AUGUSTA – A proposal to create two taxpayer funded sites to allow people with drug addictions

Mills’ budget already in the red, setting up property tax hike says State Senator

Following is the weekly Republican radio address from Senator Jim Hamper. A few weeks ago, my

Founding of America was a “hate crime” says Maine State Representative

AUGUSTA – When Maine celebrates Independence Day on the Fourth of July each year with fireworks,

Four Democrats to push sales tax increase bills in Maine this week

AUGUSTA – The Maine Legislature’s Taxation Committee will consider four different bills Wednesday that could increase

Maine tax revenue missing projections since November election, off $20 million for year

AUGUSTA – According to state reports that track revenue to Maine state government from month-to-month, Maine’s

Portland school budget proposes spending hike of ten times the state funding increase

AUGUSTA – Political pundits and budget experts who say Governor Janet Mills’ proposed budget will not

Sen. Jackson pushes bill for Ranked-Choice Voting in Maine Presidential election

AUGUSTA – Senate President Troy Jackson (D – Aroostook) will introduce a bill today to the

PTP: Out of every $100, how Janet Mills’ budget would spend your tax dollars

AUGUSTA – In the interest of showing you, in easy to understand terms, how your tax

Proposal to repeal Maine’s ranked-choice voting moves to committee

AUGUSTA – A proposal moved forward last week that would completely repeal Maine’s Ranked-Choice Voting law.

Rep. Janice Cooper proposes cap in consulting salaries for staff of candidates using ‘clean elections’ funds

AUGUSTA – Rep. Janice Cooper, (D – Yarmouth) has introduced a bill that would cap the

Strimling compares people who oppose non-citizen voting to the KKK

AUGUSTA – In a public hearing before the Maine Legislature’s Veterans and Legal Affairs Committee, Portland

One sponsor of Maine’s non-citizen voting bill in 2009 still serving in Legislature

AUGUSTA – Review of a 2009 Maine Legislative proposal that would have enabled Maine cities and

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