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Baloney Season In Full Bloom

Baloney Season In Full Bloom by Scott K Fish Baloney season is in full bloom. Example: the nonstop mixed messages about Governor Baldacci’s Dirigo Health Plan (DHP). Dirigo is the […]

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Maine GSP Growth Troubling

By Jason A. Fortin The Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) recently released an analysis of Gross State Product (GSP) for 2005. The study reveals that nationally, from 2004-2005, Gross State […]

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Willing Seller – A Myth

posted by Scott K Fish Pruning/archiving posts on AsMaineGoes.com and I found this excellent piece by my friend, Chuck Cushman. Landgrabbers using tax dollars justify turning private Maine property, usually […]

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Death Tax Survives

By Jason A. Fortin It appears, for at least the time being, the Death Tax has survived until the next Congress. Last week, a Senate attempt to completely repeal the […]

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Taxing, Spending, or Not

By Scott K Fish Not To Worry About Selling Maine Paper Mills? International Paper is selling two of Maine’s largest paper mills in the Town of Jay (1,000 employees) and […]

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Reagan – We Remember & Celebrate

By Bill Becker Today marks the second anniversary of the death of President Ronald Reagan. While the President is no longer here, his leadership will live on for generations of […]

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Mainers: Taxes Hurt the Economy

by Jason A. Fortin A recent poll conducted by Rasmussen Reports revealed that Mainers, at a rate of nearly 4 to 1, believe that tax increases hurt the economy. Of […]

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