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Lead poisoning is scary to think about, especially when you have small children. Senator Amy Volk and Representative Jared Golden joined hou... [Read More]
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Maine could expand Medicaid as early as July if everything goes as planned. But first, lawmakers have to figure out exactly how much expansion will... [Read More]
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LISBON The 16th annual Maine Credit Unions' Ending Hunger Walking Tour, which began in late October at the Maine State Credit Union in Augusta,... [Read More]
AUGUSTA Maine's task force studying the opioid crisis wants the state to immediately increase access to substance abuse treatment and focus on children, the... [Read More]
BRUNSWICK A bill allowing for municipalities to create microgrids is making its way through the Maine Legislature. [Read More]
AUGUSTA The U.S. Small Business Administration recently announced the top SBA lenders in Maine for 2017, following a record-breaking year of assistance to the... [Read More]
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Maine's Republican governor says he wants to reverse regulators' move to delay a gradual ramp down in compensation for new solar panel owners who generate... [Read More]
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Maine needs to expand access to treatment and prevention programs and do more to stop powerful opioid drugs from being diverted from legitimate uses. It... [Read More]
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Maine's Republican governor says he wants to reverse regulators' move to delay a gradual ramp down in compensation for new solar panel owners who generate... [Read More]
More than $240 million dollars. That's how much unclaimed property and cash the state treasurer's office is trying to give to the Rightful o... [Read More]
The Public Utilities Commission voted today to investigate how utility companies responded to Octobers massive wind storm. More than 400,000... [Read More]
AUGUSTA Gov. Paul LePage says he's searching the budget, looking for a way to pay for voter-approved Medicaid expansion and is finding "it's a... [Read More]
Maine voters said last month they want the state to expand the Medicaid program to an estimated 70,000 to 80,000 more people. [Read More]
A human rights panel has sided with a teacher from Jay who said he was a victim of age discrimination by a central Maine school... [Read More]
Construction is complete and the new Augusta Food Bank facility will be opening its doors next week on Mount Vernon Avenue. [Read More]
Michael J. Joslyn, 23, was in court in Augusta on Monday, facing charges of aggravated reckless conduct, aggravated criminal mischief and refusing to submit to... [Read More]
In a forceful letter to legislative leaders Monday, Gov. Paul LePage again laid down his demands for funding a voter-approved Medicaid expansion in Maine, emphasizing... [Read More]
AUGUSTA The Maine Department of Education said this week it has received nearly two dozen proposals from 102 schools that want to launch new... [Read More]
A Maine legislative panel is set to discuss the cost of expanding Medicaid to some 70,000 citizens in a public referendum. [Read More]
AUGUSTA —With the Legislature set to reconvene in January, Sen. Eloise Vitelli, D-Arrowsic, is reminding local schools and students about the Senate Honorary Page program... [Read More]
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