Posted on September 5, 2009 by deviger
A round-up of stories published Aug 31st – Sept 5th at The Maine View and from other Maine blogs.
The Maine View covers a new local wine, same-sex marriage on Maine’s ballot and TV, what kid’s are reading, and Maine’s MLTI program.
Augusta Insider continues their Twitter primary, provides Governor John Baldacci’s statement on the LD 1020 People’s Veto, and asks how independent Maine really is.
Pine Tree Politics interviews Senator Peter Mills, looks at Paul LePage’s gubernatorial chances, and Senator Olympia Snowe’s political power and health care influence is examined.
Dirigo Blue argues for same-sex marriage here and here, explores Senator Susan Collins’ positions on the climate bill, and the money involved in citizen’s initiatives.
As Maine Goes looks at tax reform mis-information and the Maine budget gap, and Representative Chellie Pingree.
Maine Politics explores recent Twitter news and WCSH coverage of the same-sex marriage debate.
Original Portland and I Love Portland cover Portland’s crowning as “America’s foodiest small town” by Bon Appetit.
Filed under: Weekly Round-Up Tagged: | Chellie Pingree, education, John Baldacci, Olympia Snowe, Paul LePage, peter mills, Same-Sex Marriage, tax reform, Wine