Maine welfare for non-citizens Archive

Governor Janet Mills signs letter asking for more refugee resettlement to Maine

AUGUSTA – Portland Mayor Ethan Strimling may have been the Maine politician getting most of the

Year In Review: Top 15 Maine Examiner Stories of 2019

From providing news, information and insights that had been left out of the coverage of the

With nursing home funds on hold, Gov. Mills adds unauthorized “Diversity” manager at DHHS

AUGUSTA – There is no “Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Manager” provided for in Maine’s newly passed

Ethan Strimling gets canceled by Portland voters

Portland – The initial results trickling in from Portland’s four-way mayoral election didn’t look good for

Letter: Give Janet Mills’ admin an earful on nursing homes, waiting lists at Listening Sessions

Following is a Letter in the new Maine Examiner feature “Letters from Mainers to Mainers.” You

Is Janet Mills lowballing the cost of welfare for non-citizens expansion?

AUGUSTA – An Associated Press article covering Governor Janet Mills’ “emergency” rule change that provides state

Rep. Dillingham: Truly needy Maine citizens must come first, but Democrats did not set priorities

Hello, this is Representative Kathleen Dillingham of Oxford, the Republican Leader of the Maine House. The

U.S. Flag: Maine State Rep says “pride is optional” in response to comment that flag represents “evil”

Bowdoin – Maine State Representative Seth Berry (D – Bowdoinham) took to Facebook last week to

Maine House tables bills to give non-citizens welfare, give away electoral college votes

AUGUSTA – The Maine House of Representatives today tabled two controversial bills that were scheduled to

Gov. Mills may bypass Legislature to expand welfare for non-citizens in Portland

AUGUSTA – The city of Portland is working with senior advisors to Governor Janet Mills to

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

Cash and food stamps for non-citizens? Maine Legislature is considering it

AUGUSTA – The Maine Legislature is considering a bill that would provide cash benefits, SNAP (often

Non-citizens up to age 21 would get health care under Maine ‘Cub Care’ expansion bill

AUGUSTA – A bill put forward by Representative Anne Carney (D – Cape Elizabeth) would extend

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