Potential Measles Exposure in Maine, Poland Spring Lawsuit & Other Things You Need to Know Today
Here are the things you need to know today......
Gov Mills has signed into law a bill that protects those whos extra energy from solar panels that feel back into the grid (aka net metering) be fairly compensated according to WGME.
A China girl was recognized for safely taking the wheel in her mom's car and steering it into a snowbank after her mother passed out according to centralmaine.com.
The Maine CDC is warning residents in southern Maine of potential exposure to measles according to US News.
Waterville City Council pushed out the plastic bag ban until September and did a final vote to adopt a marijuana ordinance according to centralmaine.com
Wastewater treatment plants are working quickly to meet a deadline to begin testing municipal sludge for certain chemicals according to US News.
A judge has given the class-action lawsuit a second chance, the lawsuit claimes Poland Spring sold water from wells, not springs according to centralmaine.com.
A Maine company is making major league baseball bats according to the Bangor Daily News.
Netflix send a reminder email about prices going up according to CNN.
Bitcoin prices are increasing according to CNN.
Brunei is new law makes gay sex an offense punishable by stoning to death according to the BBC.
Homeland Security Secretary said Trump administration is treating the immigration crisis as a “Cat 5 hurricane disaster” according to Fox News.
Ayla Reynolds father, Justin DiPietro, to be served by notice according to centralmaine.com