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4 hrs ago | State of Maine
Maine Secretary of State Matt Dunlap Announces Opening of New Bureau of Motor Vehicle Office in Rumford to Replace Location in Mexico AUGUSTA, Maine – The anticipated relocation of western Maine's most important Bureau of Motor Vehicles office will finally become reality on August 4th, 2014.
8 hrs ago | Bangor Daily News
Those words were spoken in a different era, but they still ring true here in Maine today, and they are central to the new approach Republicans in Augusta are taking to move more Mainers from welfare to the workforce.
AUGUSTA – On a conference call today with White House officials and other governors, Governor Paul R. LePage asked if any Unaccompanied Alien Children have been placed in Maine.
Dueling court verdicts issued Tuesday over the legality of financial subsidies provided to Americans under the Affordable Care Act elicited quick response from Maine's gubernatorial candidates.
Today's decision from a three-judge panel of the DC Circuit Court about Obamacare is getting a lot of attention.
U.S. Rep. Mike Michaud strolls out of Portland's Cumberland Club Monday afternoon trailed by Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick and Vermont Gov. Peter Schumlin.
Officials Say Recent Storms Serve as Reminder about Actions Residents Should Take to Stay Safe and Protect Property During Severe Weather Governor Paul R. LePage and Insurance Superintendent Eric Cioppa urged Maine residents on Friday to recognize that severe summer weather poses a threat to life and property, and they called recent strong storms a ... (more)
One pays more in state property taxes than he would earn as governor. One pays property taxes in Florida but not in Maine.
Advocates from electric cars say Maine isn't doing enough to curb emissions and want to the state to create more initiatives for electric cars.
For Immediate Release: Thursday, July 17, 2014 Contact: Adrienne Bennett, Press Secretary, 207-287-2531 *Please note funding document linked below AUGUSTA – With several Maine nursing homes on the brink of closure, Governor Paul R. LePage and Department of Health and Human Services Commissioner Mary Mayhew announced today that Maine nursing ... (more)
WHILE the evidence of a skills gap in Maine remains questionable at best , the state does face longer-term structural problems regarding its aging population .
Social issues, in particular abortion, are poised to become part of the campaign narrative in Maine's 2nd Congressional District, with supporters of Sen. Emily Cain, the Democrat, and Republican Bruce Poliquin making plans to bring them to the fore.
In Maine we recognize the value of good neighbors, we look out for one another in good times and bad, we respect our neighbor's choices even if we don't always agree, and we do not violate their trust and friendship.
Updated: Wed Jul 23, 2014 02:29 pm
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