AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) - Despite Gov. Paul LePage's differences with the lawmakers over major issues including the budget and Medicaid expansion, he's still keeping busy signing bills sent to him by the Democratic-majority Legislature.
On recently signed measure will exempt active-duty military members who are stationed outside of the United States and home on leave from having to take a hunter safety course to obtain a hunting license.
A law addressing a revolving door of legislators who become lobbyists will bar a person who's served as a legislator from engaging in activities that would require registration as a lobbyist or lobbyist associate until one year after that person's term as a Legislator ends.
Another law broadens the form of payment allowed by scrap metal dealers to payment by credit card or debit. Current law only allows checks.
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