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Picture from Facebook, Mac Dickson illustration

Governor Paul LePage Promises to Shave His Head if State Workers Raise $35,000 for Charity

What would you give to see Governor Paul LePage bald? Well, he says he will shave his head if Maine state employees and retirees raise $350,000 this year for charity.

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Inland Hospital President John Dalton next to the check from the State of Maine

Say What You Will….Paul LePage is a Man of His Word!

Inland Hospital President John Dalton next to the check from the State of Maine

I can't begin to tell you about the celebration I witnessed today! Ok, I can begin.....

I went to Inland Hospital to deliver Subway lunch to Waterville Surgical Associates. Danielle, Tricia, Amber and the gang had entered the Midweek Lunch Bunch and won! When I got there, was I ever surprised!

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Governor LePage Says He’ll Support Maine to Nova Scotia Ferry Service

The ongoing saga regarding ferry service between Maine and Nova Scotia continues. The Nova Scotia provincial government said they’d support the venture if a bid came across the desk that Nova Scotia Premier Darrell Dexter liked.

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Governor Paul LePage Said What About Vaseline and a Democratic Senator?

Well, Maine Governor Paul LePage has put Maine in the national spotlight again...and not for the right reasons. Mouth, insert foot.

LePage today (6/20) said Sen. Troy Jackson, a Democrat from Aroostook County, “claims to be for the people but he’s the first one to give it to the people without providing Vaseline.”

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Steve Eason,Getty Images
Steve Eason,Getty Images

Maine Bars Will Be Able to Open at 6am This Sunday on St. Patrick’s Day

Gov. Paul LePage is signing the bill to allow bars to open and serve alcohol a few hours earlier when St. Patrick's Day falls on a Sunday. That is what happens this weekend. Sunday is March 17th and that is St. Paddy’s Day.

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Joe Raedle,Getty Images

Gov. Paul LePage + Lawmakers Work Quickly to Protect Names of Concealed Weapons Permit Holders

Gov. Paul LePage has signed off on the emergency legislation to temporarily keep confidential the names of Mainers with a permit to carry concealed guns. The lawmakers moved quickly to pass the emergency legislation and the governor signed it right away.

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Ezra Shaw, Getty Images

Gov. Paul LePage ‘State of the State’ Address Tonight

Gov. LePage will give his 2nd State of the State speech this evening, February 5th.  LePage, a Republican, will address the Democratic-majority joint session of the House and Senate with his speech about the accomplishments and his goals. The State of the State address is scheduled for 7 p.m.

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Jon James’ Take on ‘Baxter in the Blaine House’ [AUDIO]

Friday, Governor Paul LePage read "Baxter in the Blaine House," at St. John's School in Winslow. Baxter is the LePage's dog and is becoming quite well known thanks to this book about him. Personally, I haven't yet read the book so I did what I like to do. I wrote my own version of it and present it to you here today. Enjoy!

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William Lovelace, Getty Images

Gov. Paul LePage Declares MLK Day as a ‘Day of Service’

Maine Gov. Paul LePage Sunday proclaimed Monday to be the Martin Luther King, Jr. 'Day of Service.' The governor says the Martin Luther King holiday was designated as a national day of volunteer service when it was first enacted back in 1994 and it's the only federal holiday commemorated as a national day of service.

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The Maine Labor Mural is Back on Display

A mural depicting labor history that Gov. Paul LePage ordered removed from the lobby of the Maine Department of Labor is going back on display in Augusta. It will not be at the labor department. It was announced that the mural will set up in the in the atrium of the Cultural Building. That is the entry area for the Maine State Museum, Library and Archives.

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