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Expanding Medicaid will Hurt Maine’s Families with Lower Incomes and Fewer Jobs By J. Scott Moody, Chief Executive Officer and Chief Economist Many of Maine’s policymakers have already fallen for the siren call of Medicaid expansion as provided for under […]
Free ME is a bold initiative that will free Maine. It is a realistic strategy for spurring economic development statewide.
Maine has the opportunity to
It’s time for Maine to embrace innovation in education through online learning - a method inherently customized to suit the needs of our individual students. Think
Opponents of Maine’s new health care reform law (PL90) erroneously describe the law as “a gift to the insurance companies.” In reality that gift
Maine’s first academy, Berwick Academy in South Berwick, was founded in 1791.
This is the first of a three-part series on customized
Introduction Obamacare is, first and foremost, an affront to liberty-loving Americans who cherish their Constitutional right to determine their own healthcare.[i] Obamacare puts liberty on the back
Welfare system improved by recent reforms, but more must be done to control welfare dependence An update of The Maine Heritage Policy Center’s “Fix the System” report on
The state of Maine is a pioneer in passing Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS) legislation. First implemented in 1999, the law required that 30 percent of total retail electric
One of the primary goals of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), commonly referred to as Obamacare, is to reduce the number of uninsured residents. One key provision aimed
In FY 2009, Maine had the 6th highest tax burden, as a percent of private sector personal income, in the country. The single largest source of Maine’s tax