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Rep. David Cotta to chair State and
Rep. David Cotta to chair State and Local Government Committee

January 11, 2011

AUGUSTA- State Rep. David Cotta has been appointed House chair of the State and Local Government Committee in the 125th Legislature, giving him an influential voice in a range of areas, from state contracts to county and regional government.

"I'm delighted to have this opportunity," said Rep....

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Rep. Rich Cebra to chair Transportation Committee

January 10, 2011

AUGUSTA - State Rep. Rich Cebra has been named House chair of the Transportation Committee, putting him in position to shape policy on issues ranging from driver's licenses to railroads and the Maine Turnpike.

He also has been appointed to the Joint Select Committee on Joint Rules, which sets op...

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Rep. Gary Knight to Chair Taxation Committee

January 10, 2011

AUGUSTA - State Rep. Gary Knight has been named House chair of the Taxation Committee, putting him in position to shape legislation on issues ranging from tax policy to municipal revenue sharing.

Rep. Knight (R-Livermore Falls), now in his third term, brings strong experience to his new post....

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House Republicans Commend Gov. LePage for 'Sanctuary State' Repeal

January 7, 2011

AUGUSTA - House Republicans today commended Gov. Paul LePage for rescinding a policy that barred state employees from inquiring about the citizenship status of individuals applying for welfare benefits. In repealing the policy, which dates back to 2004, the governor said he wants to take care of Mai...

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House Republicans Commend Gov. LePage for 'Sanctuary State' Repeal

January 7, 2011

AUGUSTA - House Republicans today commended Gov. Paul LePage for rescinding a policy that barred state employees from inquiring about the citizenship status of individuals applying for welfare benefits. In repealing the policy, which dates back to 2004, the governor said he wants to take care of Mai...

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Rep. Joan Nass to Chair Judiciary Committee

January 7, 2011

AUGUSTA- State Rep. Joan Nass has been named chair of the Legislature's Joint Standing Committee on Judiciary, putting her in position to influence a range of important issues, from property rights to family law.

Rep. Nass (R-Acton), serving her fourth term, brings extensive experience to her...

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