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Latest Paul Lepage Items
Republican Gov. Paul LePage vetoed a bill on Thursday that would direct the state to work toward creating a state-run virtual charter academy, citing concerns with part of the proposal that places a moratorium on cyber schools until next year.
Maine Gov. Paul LePage is helping kick off maple syrup season in the state.
Gov. Paul LePage's proposal to scrap Maine's wind-power production goals sparked a debate Wednesday between the Republican governor's administration and renewable energy advocates who say doing so will threaten the industry's future in the state.
Gov. Paul LePage urged lawmakers to replenish Maine's rainy day fund on Tuesday while they pushed forward in crafting a supplemental budget without help from the Republican governor who has refused to introduce one this year.
Gov. Paul LePage says he's introducing a bill to restore $21 million in Maine's rainy day fund that is to be used to pay for revenue sharing for cities and towns.
A Maine panel approved the state's first virtual charter school on Monday, but denied another cyber academy and brick-and-mortar charter school.
More than five years ago, Maine set ambitious goals to spur wind power development aimed at helping wean the state off fossil fuels. But now Republican Gov. Paul LePage says the targets don't really help the state and are so far out of reach as to be meaningless, so why have them?
Maine Gov. Paul LePage has signed an executive order to create a task force that will study the impacts of the invasive green crab in Maine.
Federal officials said Thursday that unemployment hearing officers in Maine could have felt pressured by Gov. Paul LePage to favor employers, but they found no conclusive evidence of biased rulings.