New Jobs Coming to Lewiston, Single Use Plastic Bags & Other Things You Need to Know Today
Here is a collection of the things you need to know today.....
A Lewiston company plans to add about 100 workers by the end of the year according to the Sun Journal.
A protest yesterday at the State House over the CMP transmission line project according to centralmaine.com.
The jury is set for the murder trial of John Williams according to centralmaine.com.
Maine could cover the cost of online Advanced Placement program according to US News.
Maine lawmakers passed a bill banning the sale of food packaging with certain chemicals according to US News.
The bill that would legalize assisted suicide in Maine has gone to the governors desk according to US News.
David Hogg, a Florida school shooting survivor and gun control advocate, was in Maine yesterday talking gun laws and gun violence according to US News.
Gov. Mills has a $239 million bond package for economic and workforce development, infrastructure and clean energy according to US News.
The ban on single use plastic bags is making its way thu the legislature according to US News.