Lawmakers Call Out LePage, Winthrop HS Student Charged and Other Things You Need to Know Today
Here are the things you need to know today......
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals wants to build a "roadside memorial"
at the site of a lobster spill in Brunswick promoting veganism according to US News.
The lawmakers are back in special session to look at our child welfare system and tax code according to US News.
Lawmakers are following through on a promise to demand Gov. LePage apologize for an verbal attack a legislator according to US News. (more and a copy of the letter from centralmaine.com)
A Winthrop High School student was removed from the school after allegedly sending a threatening message on social media that he says was a joke according to centralmaine.com
Officials are still working to identify the body found last week on the Weeks Mills Road in Augusta according to centralmaine.com