Taxpayers across the country are subsidizing the manufacturers of assault rifles used in multiple mass killings, including the massacre of 20 children and six adults at an elementary school in Newtown, Conn. last month.
Maine Senatorial candidate Angus King surprised at significant financial backing from New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg.
Saving trees to housing the needy: What the four Democratic gubernatorial candidates say they’ve done
One takes credit for leading the fight to save the forests. One for lowering Mainers’ taxes. One champions cleaning up a river. Another for housing the old and poor across Maine.
One candidate says the Navy gave him a medal for spying on the Soviets. Another talks of leaving home at age 11 and living on the streets before being taken in by a family.
Longtime member of Maine Workers’ Compensation Board has resigned, three weeks after pleading guilty to his second assault case in 13 years.
Gov. John Baldacci has directed his chief legal counsel to investigate a longtime member of the state Workers’ Compensation Board who pled guilty to an assault charge in Farmington district court last week.