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Maine primary candidates seeking election to political office are required to file their candidacy with the state by March 17. Independent candidates have until June 2 to officially announce their bids.
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The Senate failed to approve MaineCare expansion with a veto-proof majority last week, but that's not the end of the MaineCare debate or votes.
Recently, during the Wisconsin State of the State address, Gov. Scott Walker announced a nearly $1 billion revenue surplus .
Everyone knows the key data points by now: Maine has historically had high rates of high school graduation, but a college-going rate that is average at best.
The New England Made Show is in its 30th year, featuring over 250 local vendors.
Gov. Paul LePage's call for quick action on his bill to restore $21 million to the state's rainy day fund was granted Friday afternoon by the Legislature's budget committee, but only after Democrats added an amendment that calls for more than $17 million in additional spending.
Augusta's Leo Pepin is among four 2014 inductees into the state's Franco-American Hall of Fame, the House Democratic Office announced Friday.
Independent candidate for governor Eliot Cutler, who in December announced that he will campaign "unbought" and without help from political action committees, said Friday that he has no control over a PAC set up recently for his campaign's benefit.
THE BATTLE BETWEEN Central Maine Power and the city of Augusta continued this week.
Phil : I'm naming just a few of the employers who have the capacity to invest $50 million in Maine in response to Gov. Paul LePage's new "Open for Business Zones."
The Maine State Senate fell short of the two-thirds or 24 votes needed to override a veto when all 15 Senate Republicans voted March 12 to sustain Governor LePage's veto of a bill attempting to regulate the responsible use of fireworks.
Gov. Paul LePage's endorsement of the controversial Keystone pipeline project, which he detailed in a March 3 letter to Secretary of State John Kerry, added new fuel to a long-term debate about bringing tar sands oil through Maine.
Democratic lawmakers and Gov. Paul LePage traded barbs Thursday about who's to blame for the hold-up of voter-approved bonds.
On Wednesday, Maine lawmakers once again declared their positions on Medicaid expansion from the floor of the Senate.
A Republican sponsored bill to expand low-income health care, known in the state as MaineCare, passed through the Senate March 12, but did so one vote short of an override majority.