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While the state is sharing only a fraction of the mandated share of income and sales taxes with cities and towns, the new money may fend off property tax spikes.
A proposal from the federal government to make more specific workplace safety data available online could violate individuals' privacy and embarrass employers and workers, Maine officials said this week.
Congressman Mike Michaud said Maine needs a governor who is positive about the state rather than running it down and getting it lampooned on late-night comedy shows.
Under the Dome: Inside the Maine State House provides a high-level overview of recent activity at the Maine State House.
Two companies that would be forced into a revenue-sharing arrangement by a pending bill aimed at keeping the East Millinocket paper mill in business are trying to work out a deal, officials said Friday.
In 1992 Tracey Helton , a long-time heroin addict, shot up. Only this time was different: she had been clean for a month and her body couldn't handle the opiate surge.
Heather Fairfield, a research assistant at Jackson Laboratory in Bar Harbor, Maine uses a pipette to work with embryonic stem cell DNA extracted from mouse embryonic stem cells at the facility's genetic resource lab February 2, 2010.
I've offered a lot of unsolicited advice in these columns to Gov. Paul LePage and the Republicans, and now I want to extend the same courtesy to Democrats.
A bill to put the brakes on the creation of virtual charter schools in Maine was approved by the Senate on Thursday and quickly vetoed by Gov. Paul LePage.
A scholarship program aimed giving every Maine newborn a $500 college savings down payment will begin automatically enrolling babies, ensuring the money is available to all of the 12,000 or so children born each year in the state, officials said Thursday.
Governor Paul R. LePage was honored today by the Maine Committee for Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve at a "Briefing with the Boss" held in Augusta.
LD 1762, which prevents a $40 million cut in statewide revenue sharing and provides approximately $775,000 of those funds for Sanford, is now the law of the land.
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It's been more than a week since two moderate Republican senators presented a bill to expand Medicaid and save money through a dramatic overhaul of the publicly funded health care system, but the compromise legislation has so far failed to move the needle in the most hotly contested, partisan debate of the year.