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Fredette/LePage Bill to Modernize Maine's Courts Receives Unanimous Committee Nod

March 6, 2014

AUGUSTA - A bill introduced by Governor Paul LePage and sponsored by House Republican Leader Ken Fredette of Newport received the unanimous approval of the Legislature's Judiciary Committee Thursday afternoon.

The bill, LD 1789, "An Act To Modernize and Improve the Efficiency of Maine's Cour...

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Bill to Improve Medicaid Funding to Nursing Homes Approved by Committee

March 5, 2014

AUGUSTA - The Maine Legislature's Health and Human Services Committee on Wednesday afternoon gave a unanimous "Ought to Pass" report to LD 1776, a bill that would improve Medicaid reimbursement to nursing homes.

The Legislature established the Long-Term Care Facilities Study Commission last y...

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Pouliot Praises Charter School Commission Approval of Virtual School

March 3, 2014

AUGUSTA - Rep. Matthew Pouliot (R-Augusta) on Monday praised the decision of the State Charter School Commission to approve the application by Maine Connections Academy to operate as a charter school in Maine. Rep. Pouliot, who serves on the Maine Legislature's Education and Cultural Affairs Commit...

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Sparks Fly: HHS Committee Votes Out Expansion Bill

March 3, 2014

AUGUSTA - The Maine Legislature's Health and Human Services Committee on Monday voted on party lines to approve a measure that would expand medical welfare to over 70,000 able-bodied adults while promising to implement managed care in the Medicaid system. Republicans opposed the proposal while Demo...

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GOP Leaders: Medicaid Expansion Alternative Already In Place

March 3, 2014

AUGUSTA - Maine House Republican Leaders on Monday called attention to the built-in, default alternative to ObamaCare's welfare expansion. The health insurance exchange established by the federal government provides coverage that costs next to nothing to most of those who would be eligible for Medi...

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Rep. Davis Requests Investigation of Partisan Activity by Nonpartisan Staff

February 28, 2014

AUGUSTA - State Representative Paul Davis (R-Sangerville), ranking House Republican on the Maine Legislature's Government Oversight Committee (GOC), submitted a request to the Democratic chairpersons of the committee that an investigation be conducted into the activity of nonpartisan staff.

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