Maine Mills governor to deliver budget speech on Valentine’s Day
Democratic Governor Janet Mills plans to address a joint session of the Maine Legislative Assembly on Valentine’s Day.
The governor will use the remarks on the evening of Feb. 14 to highlight his budget proposal and outline the steps he is taking to strengthen the economy.
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“I firmly believe that if we want to build a stronger, more prosperous state where opportunity is available to all, we must invest in our greatest asset: the people of Maine. My budget proposal does that,” she said.
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Presented earlier this month, its proposed budget is undergoing legislative scrutiny. The budget does not raise taxes and leaves the rainy day fund intact at over $900 million.
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The Governor was invited to deliver her speech Feb. 14 by Senate Speaker Troy Jackson and House Speaker Rachel Talbot Ross, the Speakers of the Legislative Assembly.