ME Trooper Killed in Bizarre Accident, Asbestos in State Cultural Building & Other Things You Need to Know Today
Here are the things you need to know today......
Federal regulators have OKed Maine's plan to expand Medicaid according to US News.
A Maine State Police Detective died after being hit by a wheel while helping a motorist according to US News.
A bill has been introduced that would add a fee onto the wholesale price of heating oil, propane and other fuels according to WGME.
High asbestos levels were found in building that is the home to the state library, museum and archives in Augusta but consultants say unless the asbestos is disturbed there’s no danger according to centralmaine.com.
Maine has plans to put ‘NaloxBoxes’ in public buildings to help prevent overdose deaths according to centralmaine.com.
Maine lawmakers have approved a bill that prohibits employers from asking about a potential employee's wage history according to US News.
Maine lawmakers are considering a physician-assisted suicide bill according to US News.
Man arrested after car chase in Augusta according to centralmaine.com.