Sunday, April 20, 2014
Despite veto battles on the horizon, lawmakers can say they’ve managed to make some Mainers’ lives better.
Medicaid expansion and welfare reform figure prominently in both parties’ plans for fall.
J. Scott Moody will lead a group that helps states develop budgets.
A pair of Democrats from the same city split their votes and showed a deep divide remains.
The LePage administration says the action will prevent fraud and abuse, but advocates for the poor say such plans potentially harm those who rely on benefits.
A new proposal would use federal money allocated to expand the program to help low-income Mainers buy private insurance coverage.
A Nebraska judge has ruled against the controversial Keystone XL pipeline, which would carry Canadian tar sands through the state.