- Women moving into growing aquaculture sectorIn Maine’s shellfish aquaculture, it is believed to be harder for women and minorities to get loans from banks to start their businesses.
- Maine vaping numbers down for students as work continues toward further bansAlthough the Maine AG and a key e-cigarette manufacturer fail to agree on a deal over marketing tactics, cities are imposing bans on sales.
- This week in Maine politics: Sept. 25, 2022Paul LePage has benefited from Florida property tax laws intended for residents of Florida; meanwhile, he rolled out his plan to combat what he contends are “extreme woke agendas” in schools.
- Maine to walk away from multi-million dollar Juul settlementMaine was set to receive about $11 million as part of a nearly $440 million settlement between the manufacturer and 33 states and territories.
- More than 40 percent of Maine high schoolers report mental health problems, new survey saysAbout 19% of students seriously considered attempting suicide in the last 12 months, including more than 40% of gay, lesbian, or bi-sexual students.