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AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — Legislative leaders are inviting Republican ... He brought in elderly residents who had been thrown out of their homes along with individuals with mental illnesses.


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AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — Legislative leaders are inviting Republican GovPaul LePage to deliver a final State of the State address to a joint session of the Maine Legislature. Democratic House Speaker Sara Gideon and Republican Senate President Mike Thibodeau on Tuesday invited LePage to give his address on Feb13. LePage gave his address in person last year after a one-year hiatus from the longstanding tradition. His office didn't immediately respond to a request for comment Friday. LePage used his 2017 address to rail on liberals and lawmakers beholden to lobbyistsHe said he wanted to speak to the public, not lawmakers, and streamed his address via Facebook LiveHe brought in elderly residents who had been thrown out of their homes along with individuals with mental illnesses. window._taboola = window._taboola || []; _taboola.push({ mode: 'thumbnails-a', container: 'taboola-below-article-thumbnails', placement: 'Below Article Thumbnails', target_type: 'mix' }); /**/ /**/ // Init and/or maintain instance count current instance count (should end up being 1 or 2) var taboolaRightRailInstance = taboolaRightRailInstance || 0; taboolaRightRailInstance++; // Desktop breakpoints (initial load) should render the widget at only the first intance in the HTML // Mobile breakpoints (initial load) should render the widget at only the second instance in the HTML var width = $(window).width(); if ( (width >= 768 && taboolaRightRailInstance === 1) || (width Most Popular 1 Former GHS star lineman Scott Kiernan dies at 43 2 Task force investigates sex trafficking in Greenwich 3 DOT: Crash on I-95 in Darien cleared 4 Crews repaired 2 Greenwich water main breaks 5 Socialite Jacqueline Kent Cooke charged after alleged assault... 6 Greenwich track team struggles with start time change 7 Greenwich braces for the next winter present: near-sub-zero temps /**/ /**/ View Comments

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