Carter-Aimed Bills Assure Over Taxation Forever

Helping to lead Maine to its #1 ranking in state and local tax burden hasn’t been enough for Governor Angus King. His latest move is to make sure we keep our #1 position by taking away our last chance to ever directly reduce taxes. He wants to strangle the initiative referendum process which is guaranteed to Maine citizens in the Maine constitution.

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Mean Greens

Look at whatís happening in Vermont over a dangerous stretch of road.

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Claremont Lawyers to Feed at Public Trough

The activist New Hampshire state supreme court has done it again. It has added insult to injury and ordered that the lawyersí fees in the controversial Claremont school finance case will be paid by the state.

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Up the Creek without a Paddle

New Hampshire forced by state supreme court to find school funding formula.

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The Fleecing of Northern New England

Last week the news broke that nearly 300,000 acres of Champion land in New York, Vermont and New Hampshire will come under the control of a green cartel headed by The Conservation Fund of Arlington, Virginia.

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Mr. Crandall goes to Vermont

Why did Tom Crandall make the effort to get in his car at 4 a.m. yesterday to drive to Montpe lier for an Act 60 meeting, and then turn around and drive home all in the same day?

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Dr. Howard Dean’s Act 60 Makes Towns Sick

Honorable Howard Dean, M.D., Governor of Vermont, met with the people of Manchester and Dorset yesterday. Today it is the state’s #1 story. Newsworthy is Dean s attitude. In Clintonesque fashion of reassigning blame, Dean inferred that the victim towns of the Act 60 “shark pool “were too prosperous and must suffer. He told them they are “now going to struggle with the same terrible burden that other towns have had to struggle with for a long, long time.”

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Ethnic Cleansing in Vermont

How will Act 60 impact the social fabric of Vermont?

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