The Maine city with one of the nation’s most ambitious housing plans If Auburn hits its goal to add 75,000 new workers, it would be able to increase its population by 25 percent. by Michael Shepherd 5 hours agoMay 18, 2022 Maine lawmakers frustrated with child welfare system may seek access to confidential files by Caitlin Andrews 6 hours agoMay 18, 2022 Maine GOP’s 1st ad against Janet Mills attacks school lesson on LGBTQ issues by Jessica Piper 9 hours agoMay 18, 2022 Maine can’t do much about a big dispute between its largest insurer and hospital by Caitlin Andrews 23 hours agoMay 18, 2022 $100K pours into Maine election whose winner may never cast a vote by Jessica Piper Maine is preparing a lawsuit against PFAS manufacturers by Caitlin Andrews COVID-19 exposures on a state board delay key CMP corridor hearing by Caitlin Andrews How Maine Democrats plan to fight ‘terrible headwinds’ in 2022 by Caitlin Andrews and Michael Shepherd NATIONAL POLITICS White House says deal near to reopen formula plant May 16, 2022May 16, 2022 Susan Collins and Mitch McConnell to visit Helsinki amid NATO talks May 15, 2022May 15, 2022 Susan Collins and Mitch McConnell meet with Ukrainian president in Kyiv May 14, 2022May 14, 2022 Joe Biden marks COVID ‘tragic milestone’ in US at global summit May 12, 2022May 12, 2022 Democrats’ effort to secure Roe v. Wade falls to filibuster May 11, 2022May 11, 2022 Joe Biden pushes ‘ultra-MAGA’ label on GOP as he defends record May 11, 2022May 11, 2022 Angus King joins push to help car dealers during pandemic Sen. Angus King said he is co-sponsoring a bill that would offer a tax adjustment for dealerships that can’t maintain a minimum amount of inventory. Janet Mills tells Maine Democrats ‘we won’t go back’ entering race with Paul LePage “I don’t know what he was thinking about, but it wasn’t Maine people,” Mills said, referring to former Gov. Paul LePage, her 2022 opponent. “We won’t go back.” Another poll shows Janet Mills locked in tight race with Paul LePage The poll released on Friday by Pan-Atlantic research surveyed 824 likely voters in Maine between April 21 and May 5. What to watch for at Maine Democrats’ hybrid convention in Bangor The Maine Democratic Party’s convention begins Friday at the Cross Insurance Center, with the party saying roughly 1,000 in-person and virtual attendees are ticketed. Abortion-rights advocates warn a resurgent GOP could overturn Maine laws protecting access Maine has some of the most lenient abortion laws in the country. Whether that remains the case could depend on whom wins in the November election. A young lawmaker’s book gets national buzz but angers Maine Democrats The book from Sen. Chloe Maxmin, D-Nobleboro, offers a warning to national Democrats about neglecting rural voters. Biden proposal would cut funding for UMaine potato research program The university’s potato research has led to the creation of a new variety of potato that has boosted russet yields across the state. What the women who wrote chalk messages in front of Susan Collins’ home have to say “It was just two women fed up with not being able to talk to their representative,” a woman who asked to be identified as Jane said. Maine clarifies marijuana rules to try to aid medical users Supporters said Monday the changes will cut down on the need for interpretation in marijuana policy rulemaking. Competing abortion bills show big differences between Susan Collins and Democrats The path forward for congressional action on abortion rights remains unclear on Wednesday as a sweeping Democratic-led bill is poised to fail in the U.S. Senate. For Supreme Court justices, secrecy is part of the job Supreme Court justices have long prized confidentiality. But it’s not just the justices’ work on opinions that they understandably like to keep under wraps. 3 questions that will decide the fate of the CMP corridor Depending on the decisions in the two cases, the CMP project could be either revived or killed for good. Anti-abortion Senate Democrat Bob Casey backs abortion rights bill Sen. Bob Casey’s father signed legislation as governor of Pennsylvania that spawned the landmark case Planned Parenthood v. Casey in 1992. More abortion rights chalk messages appear outside Susan Collins’ Bangor house Sen. Susan Collins complained to police on Saturday about chalk messages left on the sidewalk outside her house over the weekend. Angus King hammers US intel for misjudging Ukrainian, Afghan governments “What we missed was the will to fight of the Ukrainians…and we also missed that in Afghanistan,” said Sen. Angus King at a hearing of the Senate Armed Services Committee. Load more posts Loading… Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again.