State of Maine

Welcome! We in Maine take pride in our quality of life, our entrepreneurial spirit, and our strong, independent heritage. Our motto—“Dirigo” or “I lead” — reflects our sense of place, as the first state that greets the sun each morning, as well as our sense of pride…pride in our craftsmanship, our work ethic and our people. No matter where you work in Maine you find a real sense of autheticity. From our small cities to our rural communities, Maine offers a skilled and committed workforce, an unmatched transportation and information technology infrastructure, and an open-for-business attitude that has quickly changed how business is done here.

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GOVERNOR HALTS MAINE MILITARY AUTHORITY CONTRACT PENDING MORE DETAILS

State of Maine | September 23, 2016

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Governor Paul R. LePage today announced that it has recently come to his attention that a contract executed by the Maine Military Authority (MMA) was underbid, resulting in unexpected costs to Maine taxpayers and putting good-paying jobs at Loring Development Authority in jeopardy. Governor LePage has major concerns and expects more details in the coming weeks to become available about MMA’s $19 million contract with Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority (MTBA). “While we continue to work toward r...

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SECRETARY DUNLAP RELEASES ANIMATED VERSION OF MAINE VOTER GUIDE

State of Maine | September 23, 2016

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As the General Election nears, the Department of the Secretary of State is getting animated about encouraging voter participation. Today, Secretary of State Matthew Dunlap is unveiling two animated videos that explain the process of voting in Maine....

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MAKER OF OPIOID ADDICTION TREATMENT DRUG SUBOXONE ACCUSED OF CONSPIRING TO KEEP MONOPOLY

State of Maine | September 23, 2016

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Maine Attorney General Janet T. Mills and 35 other attorneys general today filed an antitrust lawsuit against the makers of Suboxone, a prescription drug used to treat opioid addiction, over allegations that the companies engaged in a scheme to block generic competitors and cause purchasers to pay artificially high prices. Reckitt Benckiser Pharmaceuticals, now known as Indivior, is accused of conspiring with MonoSol Rx to switch Suboxone from a tablet version to a film (that dissolves in the mo...

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FIRST FAMILY FOOD DRIVE POSTPONED DUE TO BLAINE HOUSE MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR

State of Maine | September 22, 2016

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Maintenance and repair at the Blaine House will delay the Sixth Annual First Family Food Drive that helps fellow Mainers who are less fortunate. Construction on the roof, driveway and entrances is scheduled for October and November. Therefore, the food drive will take place in April 2017. Every fall, the First Family invites the public to visit the Blaine House on Saturdays in an effort to help raise food donations for the Good Shepherd Food Bank. The First Family Food Drive began in 2011. Since...

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GOVERNOR HALTS MAINE MILITARY AUTHORITY CONTRACT PENDING MORE DETAILS

State of Maine | September 23, 2016

Governor Paul R. LePage today announced that it has recently come to his attention that a contract executed by the Maine Military Authority (MMA) was underbid, resulting in unexpected costs to Maine taxpayers and putting good-paying jobs at Loring Development Authority in jeopardy. Governor LePage has major concerns and expects more details in the coming weeks to become available about MMA’s $19 million contract with Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority (MTBA). “While we continue to work toward r...

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SECRETARY DUNLAP RELEASES ANIMATED VERSION OF MAINE VOTER GUIDE

State of Maine | September 23, 2016

As the General Election nears, the Department of the Secretary of State is getting animated about encouraging voter participation. Today, Secretary of State Matthew Dunlap is unveiling two animated videos that explain the process of voting in Maine....

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MAKER OF OPIOID ADDICTION TREATMENT DRUG SUBOXONE ACCUSED OF CONSPIRING TO KEEP MONOPOLY

State of Maine | September 23, 2016

Maine Attorney General Janet T. Mills and 35 other attorneys general today filed an antitrust lawsuit against the makers of Suboxone, a prescription drug used to treat opioid addiction, over allegations that the companies engaged in a scheme to block generic competitors and cause purchasers to pay artificially high prices. Reckitt Benckiser Pharmaceuticals, now known as Indivior, is accused of conspiring with MonoSol Rx to switch Suboxone from a tablet version to a film (that dissolves in the mo...

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FIRST FAMILY FOOD DRIVE POSTPONED DUE TO BLAINE HOUSE MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR

State of Maine | September 22, 2016

Maintenance and repair at the Blaine House will delay the Sixth Annual First Family Food Drive that helps fellow Mainers who are less fortunate. Construction on the roof, driveway and entrances is scheduled for October and November. Therefore, the food drive will take place in April 2017. Every fall, the First Family invites the public to visit the Blaine House on Saturdays in an effort to help raise food donations for the Good Shepherd Food Bank. The First Family Food Drive began in 2011. Since...

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