(NEWS CENTER) -- It's been a busy week in Maine politics, from the governor's State of the State address to a fiercely partisan battle over municipal revenue sharing. NEWS CENTER political analysts Phil Harriman and Ethan Strimling go In The Arena with Pat Callaghan.
They look at which of Gov. LePage's proposals are likely to win bipartisan support and which will be D.O.A. Harriman & Strimling talk about the fight over restoring $40 million in revenue sharing, a proposal that won significant Republican support despite the opposition of leadership.
They also discuss the investigation into whether staffers at the Maine Center for Disease Control were ordered to shred documents, and the U.S. Senate race, in which Democratic challenger Shenna Bellows raised more money in the last quarter than incumbent Sen. Susan Collins.