Maine Senate Archive

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

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

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

FACT CHECK: Maine Dem Budget Committee Chair rewrites history on revenue and wages

AUGUSTA – Rep. Drew Gattine (D – Westbrook) is the House Chair of the Maine Legislature’s

Rosen: Governor Mills’ economic plan lets Maine workers fall behind, lacks punch

Following is the Weekly Republican Radio Address. Hello, I am Senator Kimberley Rosen and I represent

State panel recommends big pay raises for Maine Governor, lawmakers, judges

AUGUSTA – A state panel is recommending large raises to the salaries of elected officials in

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

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