There’s a lot to be said for the idea of a legislature working with a chief executive that is not Governor LePage.
I know the concept of community is a crazy thing to think about in the middle of a presidential election cycle that seems to be all about division and polarization.
I appreciate the intent of the interveners, but I agree with law enforcement advising civilians not to get involved, except as witnesses.
Fighting about where to get this first round of money from is like fighting over where to throw the first shovel full of snow.
We need to teach our kids and each other that it’s okay to be imperfect.
Suboxone is not only a lifesaver for those who use it appropriately. It’s also a highly sought-after street drug.
The House minority leader’s main complaint seems to be that he didn’t have enough input even though he was invited to be a part of the process.
Every overdose is a supplier that Maine Drug Enforcement didn’t shut down in time. Like the two in Biddeford.
How much is it worth to our communities to have systems in place that could have possibly helped save Cassidy Patten’s life and more than one hundred other lives this year?