‘People’s Veto’ Campaigns, More Jail Time for Robert Robertson & Other Things You Need to Know Today
Here is a collection of the things you need to know today.....
Robert Robinson of Augusta, who took photos of young girls in public, will spend 2 more years in prison for having child pornography according to WABI.
The state Public Advocate Office wants new testing of CMP's billing system looking for patterns for those who complained about high bills according to centralmaine.com.
Opponents of expanded access to abortion coverage and vaccine exemptions changes have started a “people’s veto” campaigns to try and overturn the laws according to centralmaine.com.
Gov Mills says she'll sign bills aimed at fighting climate change by supporting renewable energy according to US News.
A 44-year-old Wiscasset woman was sentenced to 50 years for the fatal beating of a 4-year-old girl according to US News.
Gov Mills has signed a bill to protect internet users according to US News.
Tabitha and Stephen King put the donations to over half a million dollars to help the asylum seekers in Portland according to US News.
The controversial sign at the Second Baptist Church in Palermo was vandalized according to Newscenter.
A Fayette woman found a huge snakeskin in downtown Augusta according to Newscenter.
ICE put a hold on the driver that caused the crash in New Hampshire that killed seven according to Newscenter.