Wednesday, February 20, 2008

The Augustan: Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Proponents and opponents of a major amendment to the state's school consolidation law are working during the Legislature's mid-session break to lobby for votes.

Maine Revenue Services: Franklin County wind farm would be a cash cow.

Gregory Kesich: Cameras should be allowed in Maine courts.

Paul Oxman: Proposed spending cuts will hurt Maine's most vulnerable citizens.

Brian Hubbell: Department of Education report claiming local oversight in school unions is more expensive than in a consolidated district relies on faulty reasoning.

SJ: Exclusion of the proposed Redington Township wind project was the only sign of politics in the report drafted by the Governor's wind power task force.

- John C.L. Morgan

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