Governor signs proclamation making February 6 Ronald Reagan Day

America overwhelmingly voiced approval of his leadership when 49 of the 50 states reelected him president in 1984.

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Who Won’t Raise Your Taxes

Thirteen candidates for state senate have pledged they will oppose and vote against any and all efforts to increase taxes. Fifty-three candidates for house seats have signed the same pledge. Here they are.

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Why Pull the Plug on the Milliken Nomination?

While Congress and Wall Street are searching for higher standards of business practices to help clean up shoddy deals and restore investor confidence, isnít it time that Maine citizens insist that ethical standards apply to government? If your answer is yes, then take a close look at the growing controversy over the re-nomination of Roger Milliken, Jr. to another term on the Land for Maineís Future Board. The hearing is set for Tuesday in Augusta.

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When the Devil Shows Up

Jonathan Carter had a press conference yesterday with someone named John Demos, Northeast Organizer of American Lands Alliance. The story by Associated Press is in todays newspapers, but they missed the real story.

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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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