You know what would make policymaking much easier? Repealing the law of unintended consequences. For example, the proponents of last year’s Question 2 — the bill which hiked Maine’s top tax rate to one of the highest in the country at over 10 percent — advertised it would raise an additional $157 million for education. […]
Maine leads on voting access. We can do even better.
Notes from a Corner of the Country
Hopefully Augusta can do the math on the state budget
Budget nonsense shows Maine GOP has earned its diminished stature