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Judge Oks deal to spare life of dog that got disputed pardon
A court hearing could determine the fate of a dog that was due to be euthanized before Maine's governor tried to grant clemency to the pooch
New Jersey becomes 3rd state to raise smoking age to 21
New Jersey has become the third state in the country to raise its smoking age to 21. Minor additional edits.
Governor defends 'ancient power' of clemency over dog pardon
Maine's governor says he must defend his "ancient power" of clemency after his authority to pardon a dog was questioned
States face partial shutdowns as July 4 holiday looms
New Jersey, Illinois and Maine are facing at least partial government shutdowns during the heart of the summer holiday season, which will adversely affect residents’ travel and holiday plans, as well as the payments towards some government employees, if the states don’t take action. New Jersey
Get Up To Speed on the Maine Governor's Voicemail Controversy
ABC News' Katherine Faulders and affiliate reporter Paul Merrill discuss what's next in the saga of Maine Governor Paul LePage
Maine Gov . Paul LePage Not Resigning Over Voicemail Rant
Facing pressure to resign after comments many called racist and a profanity-laced voicemail left for Democratic Rep. Drew Gattine, Maine Gov. Paul LePage told reporters today he will not be resigning and will be seeking spiritual guidance. “We always have been a family of faith and we recognize
Maine Gov . Paul LePage Says Resignation Rumors 'Greatly Exaggerated'
Maine Gov. Paul LePage repurposed a famous Mark Twain quote to help dispel rumors that he is resigning after a voicemail where he is heard yelling at a Vermont lawmaker was released to the public. "Regarding rumors of resignation, to paraphrase Mark Twain: 'The reports of my political demise are
Maine Governor Faces Fallout From Expletive-Filled Voicemail
The "GMA" team and insiders analyze some of the biggest stories trending this morning.
LePage Issues Apology to Maine for Voicemail Rant to Lawmaker
Maine's Republican Gov. Paul LePage apologized to his constituents today as he found himself back in hot water, this time for not only making what critics have called "racially charged" comments at a recent town hall but also for leaving a voicemail laced with expletives accusing a fellow state
Maine Gov . Paul LePage Leaves Expletive-Filled Voicemail
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