Maine lawmakers aim to strip Whole Foods of state tax breaks over lobster ban
Maine lawmakers are looking to pull tax breaks away from Whole Foods after the company stopped selling Maine lobster following pressure from an environmental group.
Maine lobstermen are clawing to keep livelihoods afloat amid push to sink industry
Maine lobster industry leaders are warning there's nothing left to take away from lobstermen who are battling a litigious agenda from green groups funded by liberal dollars.
Moving company tried to block negative reviews with '$2,500 per day' threat: prosecutors
Maine reached a settlement in a lawsuit against Liberty Bell Moving and Storage over illegal business practices and threats against customers who left negative reviews.
Disney hosts ‘cultural journey’ for staff featuring two-spirit drag queen
Disney's Native Americans & Allies Together with Vision (NAATV) recently hosted a staff event with Geo Soctomah Neptune, a two-spirit, basket-weaving drag queen.
Maine fisherman, along with state, appeal endangered whales ruling
The state of Maine and fishing groups in the state are appealing a ruling from a federal judge that shot down a lawsuit to overturn a new rule that aims to protect endangered whales.
Maine paper mill damaged in 2020 explosion calls it quits
A paper mill that exploded in 2020 has finally decided to throw in the towel after the explosion forced them to purchase pulp from a neighboring mill, severely cutting profit margins.
Federal judge rules against Maine lobster fisherman looking to overturn whale protections
Lobster fishermen in Maine were denied an appeal by a federal judge to overturn new fishing rules designed to help save endangered whales, which limit the harvest of lobster.
Internet service providers lose fight to overturn Maine internet privacy law
Maine has successfully defended their internet privacy law, one of the strictest of its kind in the U.S., against a lawsuit brought forward by a group of telecommunication providers.
Maine lobster fishing union drops part of lawsuit against federal government over whale restrictions
The Maine Lobstering Union has dropped part of its lawsuit against the federal government regarding new restrictions that protect whales.
Maine sports betting laws go into affect soon, wagering may still be months away
Native American tribes in Maine will be in control of mobile sports betting in the state. It will take more than a year before sports betting begins in Maine.
Maine senator proposes electric vehicles for the department of defense
An independent senator from Maine proposed the idea of switching US military vehicles to electric. Sen. Angus King feels this will be big for reducing carbon emissions.
Paul LePage talks businessman running for governor of Maine
Republican businessman who likens himself to Trump, Shawn Moody, wins the GOP nomination for governor of Maine; Governor Paul LePage reacts on 'Cavuto Live.'