Monthly Archives: March 2016

Confused by fishing rules? Get this app.

Smallmouth[1]

When Ron Cote of West Gardiner called to tell me he’d created an app for Maine’s fishing rules, I knew immediately it would be popular. It wasn’t quite ready for sale, but he said he hoped to make it available in the next couple of months. Well, now he has, although so far it’s only […]

Legislature refuses to give Second District residents a say in what gets on the ballot.

Kerri Bickford Capitol two website

Fifty two members of Maine’s House of Representatives have slammed the door on residents of Maine’s Second Congressional District, refusing to support a Constitutional amendment giving them a say in what gets on the ballot. Groups representing sportsmen and women have been advocating for a Constitutional Amendment requiring that the number of signatures obtained by […]