The only problem is, there’s more to being in charge of the best interests of the citizens of a state than just cash pools and balanced books in one department.
Since the LePage administration is so concerned about obesity, I’m surprised such a waiver isn’t high on the list of priorities — especially considering adult obesity in Maine is a much bigger problem than childhood obesity.
I’m more than happy to use my blog to let any veterans who might be interested know that there’s a medical marijuana event in Winthrop on the 25th that’s geared toward them.
If the Augusta School Department is looking at cutting teachers who work with at-risk youth while spending over $260,000 on superintendent costs, the answer is yes.
Yes, it was a good thing that LePage showed up and gave the address in person rather than in hostile letter form like last year. However, that’s just a governor doing his job, not the second coming of a deity warranting celebration and hand-kissing.
I had such a good time checking in on the VLA committee, my thoughts about the governor’s State of the State speech will have to wait.
70% of Maine elections are decided in the primaries. Nearly 4 out of 10 eligible voters are independents, and are thus prohibited from participating in these elections — even though they pay the taxes that fund them. (Reps. Kent Ackley and Owen Casas)
And can we survive his governance? I’m already treating my Trump fatigue. Or maybe it’s a new kind of PTSD — President Trump Stress Disorder.
I’m not entirely sure why I’m posting this story. Maybe I like it because it spans the monumental and the momentary.