Most Mainers are still riding the high of the New England Patriots improbable come from behind Super Bowl victory. How cool would it be to have members of the team come to the largest state in New England. Well, your Governor says he will not invite them...
Maine Governor Paul LePage in accordance with a proclamation signed by President Obama, is directing the flags of the United States and State of Maine be lowered to half-staff immediately to honor the victims of the attack in Dallas.
Flags should be raised on Tuesday, July 12 at sunset...
Donald Trump was in Portland yesterday (March 3) at the Westin Portland Harborview Hotel Ballroom. In case you didn't get to see the speech, thanks to Right Side Broadcasting, here it is in it's entirety including Gov. Paul LePage's introduction of the Republican presidential hopeful.
Gov. Paul LePage yesterday (Jan. 19) signed a $3.7 million bill unanimously endorsed by lawmakers. The drug bill is in response to the growing number of overdoses and also the increase in demand for addiction treatment services in the state.
“Oink, oink!” Governor Paul LePage yesterday (June 17) squeezed a toy pig, while standing in front of a decorated Christmas tree, just outside his office.
Just another day in Maine politics.
LePage’s latest gesture was to prove his point that the biennial state budget, passed this week, was filled with wasteful spending and misplaced priorities...
An outburst by a former Democratic lawmaker last night (April 2) caused Gov. Paul LePage to abruptly end a town hall meeting on his budget. LePage visited Thornton Academy to discuss his plan to overhaul the state's tax code.
The event came to an abrupt end after former Biddeford mayor and state lawmaker Joanne Twomey began shouting at the governor during the question-and-answer session.
Why not? Everybody else is giving their two cents on the New England Patriots and their latest controversy surrounding under inflated balls at the AFC Championship game. After Maine Gov. Paul LePage's speech today (Jan. 22) at the Maine Real Estate and Development Association in Portland, reporters asked his thoughts on 'deflate-gate!'
Maine Gov. Paul LePage has presented a $6.3 billion budget. It proposes cutting income taxes and eliminating the estate tax. The budget outlines partially paying for both measures with a broader and higher sales tax.