“Land for Maine’s Future board considers ways to ‘push back’ as LePage paralyzes program”
From the Portland Press Herald:
Members of a land conservation board lashed out Tuesday at Gov. Paul LePage, accusing him of dragging the popular Land for Maine’s Future program into a political dispute and effectively immobilizing it.
After a two-hour meeting that three LePage Cabinet appointees did not attend, some board members wondered if they should challenge the governor’s persistent efforts to hobble the state’s largest conservation program.
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