I did my best to bite my tongue for days …
It’s a great idea if somehow a few hundred overdose deaths in a year isn’t quite enough.
If Governor LePage and DHHS Commissioner Mary Mayhew think 40 percent of poverty is enough to cover basic family expenses and a healthcare plan for a parent, they really need one.
It would give us a chance to talk about why it is imperative that Maine has a strong medical marijuana program, no matter what happens with legalization.
And I, for one, am hoping the future members of the 128th Legislature are paying attention.
Dear Donald Trump: Would you mind taking Governor LePage with you when you go?
The LePage administration would do well to obsess about hunger in Maine as much as they obsess about controlling people’s choices.
Governor LePage only had to use one word, one too many times to lose one of his most devoted fans.
Like, will anyone ask Senator King why he voted against modifying the president’s authority to designate national monuments in February?
LePage’s ideas on welfare reform are nothing more than feel-good measures for extremist conservatives, and he can’t even speak truthfully about the facts.