Special session, plagued by cost, not destined to happen

by Ruth Leubecker

The Maine Legislature, with 400 bills in appropriations waiting to be funded, is nonetheless trying to focus on a narrow agenda should they return.

“As Republicans, we have asked to go back into session for a brief, specific time to address COVID-19  legislation — such as changing the state tax laws to coincide with the federal tax laws as relates to the PPP,” says Sen. Marianne Moore, “or how to spend the CARES funds.”

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