Republican leaders in Augusta have reacted to Democrats’ spending wish list for the legislative session with a surprise strategy. They’re not negotiating on individual items, and they’re not simply opposing any new spending. Instead, they’re attempting to use it as leverage to revive a competing measure to the minimum wage increase measure headed for the […]
Notes from a Corner of the Country
'Marriage penalty' debate takes center-stage in Maine home care fight
We need standards on who can vote. Citizenship is a good one.
We shouldn't cheer secret recordings in the White House
If Republicans won't stand up to attacks on the press, it's up to voters