Janet Mills Archive

Sara Gideon’s Legacy: Spending and tax increases, expanding welfare, death services

AUGUSTA – A review of Speaker Sara Gideon’s tenure at the helm of Maine’s lower legislative

Sen. Dana Dow: The good and bad of new Maine state budget

Another two-year budget to fund the operations of state government has been passed, signed into law,

Maine Legislature: Expand abortions for minors without parental consent, but ban tanning beds for them

AUGUSTA – An interesting dynamic is now playing out in the Maine Legislature where the policies

Despite surplus, Maine House Democrats vote down modest income tax cut

AUGUSTA – While most observers were anticipating the big floor fight over the attempt to give

Maine Rep. justifies gun control laws because seeing man with hand in pocket scared her

AUGUSTA – Rep. Victoria Morales told the Maine Legislature’s Judiciary Committee last Friday that seeing a

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

Mills: Maine will spend $2.55 million helping 900 people buy electric cars

AUGUSTA – Maine Governor Janet Mills announced today that half of the funds from a $5.1

Maine would see 40 cent per gallon increase in gas & heating oil with carbon tax

Augusta – Mainers would see 40 cent per gallon increases in gasoline and heating oil taxes

Is Maine anti-gun group scrubbing video of Mills’ nominee Sauschuck ahead of hearing?

AUGUSTA – Governor Janet Mills’ nomination of former Portland Police Chief and gun control advocate Michael

Faulkingham introduces bill to amend Maine Constitution to ensure only U.S. Citizens vote in Maine elections

The proposal comes as the city of Portland considers granting non-citizens access to the ballot box

Nine Democrats sponsor taxpayer funded abortions to kick off new Maine Legislative session

AUGUSTA – One of the first bills introduced into the new Democrat controlled Maine Legislature is

LePage: Medicaid expansion must be funded responsibly

Following is the weekly radio address from Governor Paul LePage for the week ending December 29,

Strimling calls for non-citizen voting in Portland while highlighting Portland policies that went statewide

Portland – In a Facebook post highlighting policies that were put into effect in Portland before

Janet Mills’ first two nominations indicate a return to the past for DHHS, State Budget

AUGUSTA – Janet Mills’ first two picks to head up important state agencies indicate she plans

Janet Mills snubs Trump as he meets with bipartisan group of newly elected Governors

Washington D.C. – President Donald Trump welcomed 13 newly elected Governors from across the nation to

Maine to decide on Local Option Sales Tax, policy groups say it hurts low-income people most

AUGUSTA – Whether you look at data from the left-leaning Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy

LePage reiterates plan to run against Mills in 2022 if she returns to Baldacci era fiscal policy

AUGUSTA – Appearing on WVOM’s George Hale/Ric Tyler radio show on Tuesday, Governor LePage reiterated his

LA Study shows 80% of Medicaid expansion recipients not eligible

LOUISIANA – Louisiana’s legislative auditor has released data showing that more than 80% of the state’s

Maine’s surplus revenue equals over $850 per middle class family, but Janet Mills has made promises to spend it

AUGUSTA – With state revenue surging in the final months of Paul LePage’s time as Governor,

Strimling snubs Mills, supports Betsy Sweet for Governor

AUGUSTA – With his own network of progressive activists concentrated in Maine’s largest pool of Democrat

Cote, Caron, Russell Biggest Surprises In Reports From Maine Candidates For Governor

AUGUSTA – This week, Maine candidates running to replace Paul LePage as Governor of the state

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