Top state leaders speak out against new electricity fee
Wind project on Black Nubble returns
Lawmakers want your help sweating the small stuff
Call it the nickel and dime committee. A group of legislators is looking for $10.1 million in savings, not even a pimple on the body of the new $6.3 billion two-year state budget. But I guess you have to start somewhere.
Stonington man seeks repeal of school law
EDITORIAL: A way out of Iraq
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Wednesday's Letters to the Editor … Getting trickled on
LTE: Zealot for impeachment
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Allen shows true colors, and it isn't pretty
I would like to thank the Kennebec Journal for bringing to light the tactics of Rep. Tom Allen's people in your Aug. 14 edition. If Allen will resort to any tactics to try to unseat Susan Collins, it makes me wonder what he will resort to with the lobbyists in
Republicans see Clinton as 'most vulnerable'
In reference to the "commentary" by Bruce Bartlett (Morning Sentinel, Aug. 13) -- the move by the right wing conservatives to make sure Hillary Clinton becomes the Democratic candidate is rearing its serpentine head.
Ballooning BRAC costs vex Maine lawmaker
Susan Collins, R-Maine, to the chairman and ranking member of the Senate's Armed Services Committee, asking for just such a hearing. Sens. ...
The Democrats’ national Senate campaign committee established an edge over its Republican counterpart during the 2006 election year, and that advantage has grown dominant with the party’s Senate takeover, which was produced by those elections.