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Rep. Ryan Harmon's column on legislature's final days

June 11, 2012

To the Republican Journal

News stories bombard us constantly. In the blur of this relentless onslaught, it's hard to see patterns. But let's step back for a moment and draw some connections about events during the last days of the 125th Legislature, which will go down as one of the most produ...

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Rep. Foster says Augusta merits new business-friendly designation

June 11, 2012

AUGUSTA - State Rep. Karen Foster says Augusta richly deserves the "business friendly" certification it received on June 6 at a State House ceremony. Augusta was one of nine Maine municipalities to earn the official distinction.

"This certification is quite a feather in Augusta's cap," said R...

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Rep. Moulton's survey results align with legislative priorities

June 11, 2012

AUGUSTA - Residents of Rep. Brad Moulton's legislative district overwhelmingly think lawmakers should focus more on cutting taxes and regulation than on preserving public benefits. By a three-to-one margin, they believe MaineCare has grown to an unsustainable level. They also rate health insurance r...

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Rep. Gillway: Transportation goals achieved in 125th Legislature

June 4, 2012

To The Republican Journal

Fuel tax and teen driving laws marked transportation agenda

By Rep. James Gillway

Tougher penalties for dangerous teenage drivers, the elimination of automatic fuel tax increases and similar reforms set the tone for the Transportation Committee in the 1...

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Rep. Parker rebuts BDN columnist's claims

May 31, 2012

To The Bangor Daily News

Moody's Report Reinforces Republican Policies

By Rep. Jim Parker

After reading a recent report on Maine's credit outlook issued by Moody's Investors Service, I was surprised to see several Democrats try to spin it to attack Republicans. Moody's maintain...

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Governor signs bill providing refundable tax credits for tech grads

May 30, 2012

AUGUSTA - Governor Paul LePage has signed into law a bill that will provide significant economic support for Maine students who graduate with degrees in so-called STEM subjects - science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

The bill, LD 835, strengthens an existing program, Opportunity M...

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