After a raffle that ends today, The Dinner Table PAC will have raised close to, or more than, $100,000.
What some may need to understand is the Bill of Rights applies to the relationship between government and individuals, not among individuals themselves.
A grassroots effort to challenge the incumbent governor has one problem: Its candidate doesn’t want to run.
Despite the lack of a formal announcement, experts expect the incumbent governor to confront her predecessor and nemesis.
Jessica Rainville, a voice actor from North Berwick, says COVID-19 restrictions inspired her to go after Gov. Mills.
Many cite better gas mileage, hybrid and electric vehicles for the dwindling Highway Fund. The big culprit is much simpler.
Financing public education at that level will be a challenge in two years. Backtracking won’t be easy, either.
A steady migration from rural to more urban areas is true in Maine, as it is nationwide.
County government here has limited duties. Some officials say the American Rescue Plan Act presumes they do much more, and guidance on using the money is needed.
On top of agreeing to divest from fossil fuels, lawmakers pass 10 measures that promise to reduce carbon emissions and adapt to climate impacts.
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