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Lawmakers Hear How Governor’s Budget Will Benefit the Rich at the Expense of Maine Kids, Families, and Communities To view this release as a PDF, click here. read more Governor LePage’s Proposed Cuts to Homestead Exemption Would Raise Property Taxes for Maine Homeowners - February 6, 2017
Governor LePage’s budget would repeal the homestead exemption and increase property taxes for an estimated 213,000 Maine homeowners by more than $300 a year on average. read more Gov. LePage’s budget is a boon for wealthy, burden for working class - February 2, 2017
“The centerpiece of the governor’s budget is an upside-down tax plan that gives a $22,650 average tax cut to the top 1 percent while increasing taxes on average for the 80 percent of Maine families who make less than $92,000 annually. read more