Maine Senate Archive

Rep. Lyford: Terminate Gov. Janet Mills’ State of Emergency, let Maine people be heard

Maine people have a right to be heard. This is Rep. Peter Lyford of Eddington with

Gov. Janet Mills’ program to buy cars for welfare recipients nears final approval

AUGUSTA – A program originally created by Speaker Sara Gideon that was due to sunset without

Janet Mills’ cars for welfare recipients push continues as budget cuts in other areas are ordered

AUGUSTA – Maine might be in dire financial straits, but that isn’t stopping Gov. Janet Mills

Sen. Dow: If Troy Jackson has medical information from the future, he should share it

Following is the Weekly Republican Radio Address from Senate Republican Leader Dana Dow. I am Senator

Maine Senate Prez claims “window” of safety on COVID-19 to justify huge legislative session

AUGUSTA – A window of safety on COVID-19 or a window to spend Maine government into

Bill to track all Mainers’ prescription drugs about to move forward despite pandemic

AUGUSTA – Pandemic or not, a proposal that would require all dispensers of prescription drugs to

Rep. Drinkwater: Decision on opening Maine schools should come sooner rather than later

Following is an Op-Ed from Rep. Gary Drinkwater, who serves on the Maine Legislature’s Education Committee

Gov. Mills looks to ram through $6M welfare program to buy cars, lax rules criticized

AUGUSTA – Governor Janet Mills is moving forward with controversial plan to buy cars for Maine

Rep. Nate Wadsworth: Governor Janet Mills shouldn’t be acting alone

Following is an op-ed from Rep. Nathan Wadsworth. Maine citizens are becoming increasingly divided. It didn’t

‘Where we are’ is increasingly unwise and unacceptable says Maine Rep. Abbie Griffin

Hello, this is State Representative Abbie Griffin of Levant with the Weekly Republican Radio Address. There

Rep. Kathleen Dillingham: We’re all in this together

Hi, this is House Republican Leader Kathleen Dillingham from my home in Oxford to deliver this

Despite Gov. Mills’ support, bill to store all Mainers’ prescription data hits public opposition

AUGUSTA – Rep. Patty Hymanson faced stiff opposition Tuesday to her proposal to create a law

New Maine Bail Reform bill would abolish bail for many crimes

AUGUSTA – One thing most people with experience in Maine’s Judicial or jail system would agree

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

Maine gender identity law changes could remove protections for girls sports safety, competitiveness

AUGUSTA – The Maine Principal Association’s rule governing transgender students participating in single sex high school

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

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.

Despite high costs, liberal groups, legislators support Maine electric school bus scheme

AUGUSTA – Liberal groups and lawmakers lined up at a legislative committee hearing this week to

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

Pin It on Pinterest