Hundreds of laws take effect today. Here’s some of the good, the bad and the ugly.
The Constitution of Maine explicitly states all bills passed by the legislature become law 90 days after adjournment. That means all non-emergency bills passed in the First Regular Session will […]Read More →
Why New Hampshire Attracts More Wealth and Commerce than Maine
From the issues that birthed the United States to the proliferation of tax reform think tanks and taxpayer advocacy groups, the unpopularity of taxes is undeniable. Protests and white papers, […]Read More →
Four Things Other New England States Are Doing Worse Than Maine
New England, on the whole, is an economically-depressed region. Between 2004 and 2014, the average cumulative growth of a New England state’s gross domestic product was less than 29 percent. […]Read More →