PORTLAND, Maine (NEWS CENTER) - The Maine legislature has passed a supplemental budget that fills a hole in the state's finances for the fiscal year that ends June 30th. Governor LePage refuses to sign the budget. But he will let it become law. Is this divide a bad sign for the biennial budget?
On "In the Arena" with Pat Callaghan House Minority Leader Kenneth Fredette (R-Newport) said, "There's going to be a real battle on this biennial budget and, quite frankly, a government shutdown is something that's a possibility."
Our Political Analysts Phil Harriman and Ethan Strimling offered their throughts on the topics today on the MORNING REPORT.