The Maine House of Representatives voted 74-62 Monday evening to sustain Governor LePage’s veto of LD 1650, a bill that would have repealed and replaced the citizen-initiated Maine Marijuana Legalization Act (MLA) with a similar, but in many ways different law. Despite confused reports by some national news outlets, the sustained veto does not mark […]
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