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Turning Point: Does Maine Move Forward or Step Back in November?

Elections have consequences. On Thursday, October 16, The Maine Heritage Policy Center’s Steven Robinson will offer a compelling portrait of what’s at stake this November. Robinson’s talk will survey the major policy accomplishments of conservatives under Gov. Paul LePage — from […]

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Release: MHPC on Maine’s Falling Unemployment

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 22, 2013 The Maine Heritage Policy Center's CEO and Chief Economist released the following statement on Friday in regard to the latest unemployment report from the

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Who Are Maine’s “Rich?”

Who Are Maine's "Rich?" In these dark economic times, the siren call of “tax the rich” is hurled at policymakers as the solution to Maine’s budget woes. The accusation

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Which Tax Plan is Best for Maine?

There is finally some good news for Maine taxpayers.  The tax discussion on both sides of the political aisle in Augusta is not whether to have tax relief,

220 Million Reasons Why the Taxpayer Bill of Rights Helps Maine’s Beleaguered Taxpayers

Read the full report | On November 7, 2006, the citizens of Maine voted for a Taxpayer Bill of Rights (TABOR). Unfortunately, the initiative failed, but only by