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Maine Restores Pre-pandemic Requirements For Unemployment
With vaccines widely available, businesses are reopening and need help especially with the summer tourism season.
Maine Gives Up on Fight over Cable Company Bundling Law
A federal judge signed off last week on the conclusion that the law doesn’t pass constitutional muster.
Maine’s Tourism Industry Took a 27% Hit Last Summer
Total spending on restaurants, lodging, shopping and other activities fell to about $4.8 billion.
Maine Rethinks Decision to Stop Vetting Vanity Plates
In Maine, most of the approximately 119,000 vanity plates requested by Maine motorists “show common sense and decency.”
Governor Mills Lays Out Goals for Recovery Plan Projects
Some of her proposals including road and highway improvements and expanded high-speed internet align with GOP goals.
Maine Ends COVID-19 Visitor Testing and Quarantine Needs
If states see a spike in cases of highly contagious COVID-19 variants, Maine will reinstate quarantine and testing requirements, Shah said.
2nd UMaine Student Charged with Voter Fraud
Kehler is the second University of Maine student to be charged with voter fraud.
The Expected Covid Baby Boom may be a Baby Bust
Births for all of 2020 were down 4.3% from 2019, the data indicates.
Graduations can be Safely held Outside, Maine CDC Says
Shah made the comments during a Wednesday appearance on Maine Public.
More Women than Men Getting Covid-19 Vaccines in Maine
Maine CDC also reported that people in their 60s are getting more coronavirus vaccines than other age groups.