Sunday, June 18, 2017

Recent Headlines and opinion articles

What LePage really plans to do with $100M meant for Maine families in poverty

Topsham parents wanted to record their son’s school day – a jury says no - This of course helps he schools to keep secret how they deal with special needs kids.  I suggest putting a wire on the kid and recording them anyway.  Maine is a one party state which means that only one party needs to know that there is recording going on.

Study: Early Head Start fails to serve thousands of Maine children

Senate overrides LePage veto of school truancy measure

Senate upholds governor's veto of tanning bed bill

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