For LePage to be successful, he’d need to build trust with lawmakers, work in good faith and be willing to compromise. No chance.
Without the referendum, it’s fair to say low-wage workers wouldn’t be getting a raise next month.
In addition to being immune to Mark Eves’ lawsuit, it seems the governor also thinks he’s immune to the truth.
LePage loves a fight. This time, he wants someone else to fight it for him.
Maine faces a real, honest-to-goodness crisis in our rural communities. The problems are substantial and complicated, and they can’t be solved by sitting down and sharpening the pencil or through a simplistic policy pronouncement or scapegoating some of our people. And the problem is mirrored all across the country as many rural communities face changing […]
Gov. Paul LePage did it. He used his power as governor to ensure that Speaker of the House Mark Eves was fired from a position as president of Good Will-Hinckley. Despite the fact that the governor and his senior staff refused to speak with investigators, the fact-finding report from the Office of Program Evaluation and […]