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Rep. Maker's survey shows support for MaineCare benefit changes

May 9, 2012

AUGUSTA - Residents of Rep. Joyce Maker's legislative district think that MaineCare has reached a size that cannot be sustained, that public school students should be allowed to enroll in any school that has room, and that the Department of Education should develop protocols for head injuries to hig...

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Rep. Volk survey: Scarborough residents value education over the economy and environment

May 9, 2012

AUGUSTA - Scarborough residents strongly favor performance evaluations for school teachers and principals, increased funding for the highway budget and the issuing of bonds to expand the supply of natural gas in Maine.

They also rate education as a more important issue than economic or envir...

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Rep. Cushing pens clean elections op-ed in Press Herald

May 1, 2012

By Rep. Andre Cushing

An April 25 editorial in the three Maine Today Media papers made several points about the Clean Elections system that need to be corrected or clarified.

I don't disagree with the central premise that legislative candidates are less likely to use public funds to r...

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Rep. Libby reports constituent survey results

April 27, 2012

AUGUSTA - Residents of State Rep. Aaron Libby's legislative district expressed strong support for the east-west highway feasibility study, for efforts to prevent unemployment insurance abuse and for welfare reform. They also would reject the bond initiatives that have been proposed.

Those wer...

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Governor signs bill promoting electrical education

April 19, 2012

AUGUSTA - Governor LePage today signed a bill designed to attract more young Mainers into careers as electricians by allowing licensed electricians to supervise two apprentices or helpers at a time, instead of one, as permitted under current law. The apprentices must have completed or be enrolled in...

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Under Rep. Tilton's bill, smaller U-Maine schools will share in applied research funding

April 18, 2012

AUGUSTA - Maine's smaller state universities will share in applied research funds provided annually by the Legislature, ending a 15-year practice that saw virtually all research money go to the University of Maine at Orono and the University of Southern Maine.

Under a bill passed April 12 by ...

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