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ICYMI: 52 lawmakers call on state to ease restrictions to allow more Maine schools to reopen full time

Via WMTW. Published March 29, 2021 AUGUSTA, Maine — A group of more than 50 Maine lawmakers is calling on the state to ease restrictions to allow more schools to reopen full time. The bipartisan letter, signed by 52 Republican and Democratic lawmakers, was sent to the Maine Department of Education and Maine Center forContinue reading “ICYMI: 52 lawmakers call on state to ease restrictions to allow more Maine schools to reopen full time”

Rep. Carlow Co-Sponsors Bipartisan Broadband Infrastructure Bill

STATEHOUSE/REMOTELY — Representative Nathan Carlow (R-Buxton) co-sponsored L.R. 88, An Act To Provide Critical Communications for Family Farms, Businesses and Residences by Strategic Public Investment in High-speed Internet and Broadband Infrastructure, sponsored by Rep. David McCrea (D-Fort Fairfield).  “Now in the 21st century, Mainers expect to have access to high-speed and reliable internet connectivity. AsContinue reading “Rep. Carlow Co-Sponsors Bipartisan Broadband Infrastructure Bill”

Representative Nathan Carlow Co-Signs Bipartisan Letter Urging Public Utilities Commission to Reinstate Moratorium on Utility Disconnections

STATE HOUSE/REMOTELY — Representative Nathan Carlow (R-Buxton), a member of the Joint Standing Committee on Energy, Utilities, and Technology, co-signed a letter drafted by Senator Joseph Baldacci (D-Penobscot) requesting that the Maine Public Utilities Commission reinstate the moratorium on utility disconnections that was in effect from March to November of last year.  “With the remainderContinue reading “Representative Nathan Carlow Co-Signs Bipartisan Letter Urging Public Utilities Commission to Reinstate Moratorium on Utility Disconnections”

Rep. Carlow Introduces PUC Reform Bill

STATE HOUSE / REMOTELY — Representative Nathan Carlow introduced legislation in the Maine House of Representatives that seeks to alter the structure of the Public Utilities Commission. “This legislation seeks to accomplish much needed reforms to the Public Utilities Commission; beginning with imposing term limits on members of the Commission, establishing an overdue residency clause that requiresContinue reading “Rep. Carlow Introduces PUC Reform Bill”


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