From The Bangor Daily News:

Gov. Paul LePage’s end-of-session gambit backfired Thursday, when the Maine Supreme Judicial Court said the governor has missed his chance to veto 65 bills.

The unanimous advisory opinion was a blow to LePage and Republican lawmakers in the House, who had argued for a decision that would require the Legislature to take up the vetoes, some of which were likely to be sustained.

Instead, the court said the bills had become law, and that the governor should enforce them.

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