Monday, February 18, 2008

The Augustan: Monday, February 18, 2008

Animal Welfare Program defended itself against charges that they waited too long to bust up puppy mill.

Gerald R. Mylroie: Method of determining property value should be changed.

Maine Warden Service wrapped up a long investigation by issuing 42 summonses to seven men for alleged hunting violations.

BDN: Merrill Lynch should reimburse Maine for the state's lost investment, and the state should re-examine how it invests its money.

BDN: LD 1454, a bill that would require businesses with 25 or more employees to provide paid sick leave to its workers, is not good for Maine's business climate.

James McBreairty: Governor Baldacci's proposed budget cuts would harm Maine's most vulnerable citizens.

Steven R. Michaud: State should not cut MaineCare reimbursements to physicians employed by hospitals.

SJ: Give Mila Kofman a chance.

- John C.L. Morgan

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