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  • This Week in Augusta – 01.10.2017 Edition This Week in Augusta – 01.10.2017 Edition This week will begin the process of committee orientations where legislators get to see who else is on their committee, find out what days of the week the co-chairs plan to conduct hearings and work sessions, get briefed on state agencies and major issue areas of the committee, and hear introductions from lobbyists who regularly interact with the committee. This orientation process usually takes about two or three weeks.

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  • This Week in Augusta – 01.04.2017 edition This Week in Augusta – 01.04.2017 edition The 128th Legislature reconvenes this Wednesday for the long slog to adjournment June 21 unless the session is extended.

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  • This Week in Augusta – December 7, 2016 Edition This Week in Augusta – December 7, 2016 Edition The 128th Legislature convenes this Wednesday for what could be a contentious session due to narrow margins that separate the majority and minority parties in the Senate and House combined with significant issues affecting Maine’s economic and fiscal future.

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  • PROFOUND JOB LOSS IN MAINE AND ACROSS THE COUNTRY IF MINIMUM WAGE HIKE OCCURS PROFOUND JOB LOSS IN MAINE AND ACROSS THE COUNTRY IF MINIMUM WAGE HIKE OCCURS Our members are vehemently opposed to increasing the minimum wage in our state

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  • Maine Small Business Issues

  • Workers' Compensation Battles Workers' Compensation Battles NFIB is working to protect business owners from renewed attempts by labor unions and their trial lawyer friends to advance legislation that would raise the cost of benefits and inject more disputes over the settlement of injury claims. Maine ranked 4th highest in the nation for the 2009-2012 increase in benefit costs per $100 of covered wages.

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  • State Fiscal Policy Reform State Fiscal Policy Reform NFIB is working to educate lawmakers on the need for spending reform at the state and municipal levels, so that any tax reform enacted does not make excessive spending a bigger problem, and educating lawmakers on the importance of more private sector jobs and business investment as a critical component of fiscal policy.

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