Maine House of Representatives Archive

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

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

NH Gov Sununu celebrates Gov. Janet Mills’ veto of sports betting bill

CONCORD, NH – Reaction was mixed to negative when Maine Governor Janet Mills announced she had

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

Sen. Marianne Moore: We can prevent an impending Maine nursing home crisis

As we begin a new year and a new legislative session, it is time to bring

Rep. Tom Skolfield: Dial down the inflammatory rhetoric and stick to facts

Following is the Weekly Republican Radio Address from Rep. Tom Skolfield. Greetings, this is Tom Skolfield,

Sen. Troy Jackson slips, admits party politics, not issues, are driving “emergency” bills

AUGUSTA – A recent public admission by Senate President Troy Jackson is calling into question the

Sen. Hamper: A “decline in seriousness” from Janet Mills as spending grows

Following is the Republican Weekly Radio Address from Senator James Hamper. As I prepare for the

Republicans ramp up pressure on Janet Mills, Dems for nursing home funding

AUGUSTA – Citing more than $30 million in surplus revenue from the state’s most recent quarter

Republicans highlight progress in equality & prosperity for Maine women as liberal group attacks

AUGUSTA – Recently the Maine Women’s Lobby, a left-wing non-profit that is supposed to be forbidden

Defending Janet Mills, Maine Dems argue tax cuts are “spending” but actual spending is not

AUGUSTA – Income tax cuts are now “spending” and new spending is now “tax relief” even

New poll says ranked-choice voting is deeply unpopular

Asbury Park, NJ – A new poll from the national polling firm Rasmussen Reports says that

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

Maine House GOP Leader Dillingham: Dems bent on taking everything taxpayers have, spending spree is not over

Following is a weekly Republican Radio Address from House Republican leader Rep. Kathleen Dillingham. Hello, this

Senator Stacey Guerin receives government service award for small business advocacy

AUGUSTA – As a successful businesswoman, Senator Stacey Guerin has a keen eye for policies that

“Ruthless” Maine Legislative Dems axe almost all GOP bills, approve 125 of their own

AUGUSTA – In the late 1990’s the Mars candy bar company coined a gluttonous new slogan

Most anti-gun bills voted down by Maine Legislative Council

AUGUSTA – Despite the presence of several strong anti-gun politicians on Maine’s Legislative Council, all but

Sara Gideon under fire for taking credit for a tax cut that passed before she took office

AUGUSTA – It’s common in Augusta or Washington D.C. for politicians to try and take credit

Rep. John Deveau: More extreme laws & tax increases coming in Maine, your voice is needed to stop them

Hello, this is Representative John DeVeau, the State Representative from Caribou. Maine’s most recent legislative session

Insurance mandate for gun owners? Maine could be first under new proposal

AUGUSTA – Gun owners across Maine would be subject to a first in the nation and

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