Donald Trump survived two impeachments but now that he’s out of the White House, his future remains uncertain with legal challenges on the horizon.
Mainers have lived in a state of emergency for the past year — the longest period in at least 24 years. Republicans are now looking to change how governors can apply their emergency powers.
Medical providers have long felt the methodology to determine how much they get paid from Maine’s Medicaid program was flawed. Armed with new data, the state must decide if and when to make changes.
Whether his endgame is conviction, conformity or serving his constituency, Maine’s 2nd District representative will have to carefully maneuver the future consequences of recent votes.
State and federal governments will feel the pinch of increasing debt well into the future.
Maine lags behind other states in how much it reimburses health facilities for treating its lowest-income residents. Without change, providers fear they can’t afford to continue.
In the second impeachment trial of Donald Trump, Susan Collins broke with many of her Republican colleagues who failed to show their own profiles in courage.
The insurrection and impeachment trial are results of GOP failures to acknowledge the progress Democrats have made.
President Biden’s plans for unity will be tested unless the GOP backs off take-it-or-leave-it politics.
On the same day the Maine Commission on Indigent Legal Services selected a new interim director, Gov. Janet Mills’ $8.4 billion budget excluded funds for public defense reforms that lawmakers say are needed.
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