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Latest Paul Lepage Items
The Maine Legislature has overturned Gov. Paul LePage's rejection of a measure that would allow more children to receive private insurance coverage to treat autism.
Maine lawmakers have sustained Republican Gov. Paul LePage's veto of a bill that aims to prevent companies from avoiding paying state taxes by holding their profits overseas in tax havens.
Maine lawmakers have failed to override Republican Gov. Paul LePage's veto of a bill that would have canceled his administration's contract with a consultant examining the state's Medicaid program.
Maine lawmakers have failed again to override Republican Gov. Paul LePage's vetoes of bills that would expand Medicaid under the federal health care law.
A bill that would overhaul the state's concealed handgun permit system has failed in the Maine House.
Maine's Democratic-led Legislature has voted to overturn Gov. Paul LePage's veto of a bill to fix a $32 million gap in the state's $6.3 billion budget.
Maine lawmakers preserved more than a dozen bills on Thursday as they plowed through a slew of measures vetoed by Gov. Paul LePage, but several others died after they failed to muster enough support to overturn the governor's rejection.
Maine Gov. Paul LePage says he will introduce a measure to boost funding for the state's nursing homes.
Dozens of bills spiked by Gov. Paul LePage will get another shot this week when lawmakers return to Augusta on the heels of a session filled with partisan wrangling that will continue into the November elections.