PORTLAND, Maine (NEWS CENTER) - Governor Paul LePage has been pushing his plan to pay off the state's hospital debt with money from liquor sales from the start of this legislative session.
Despite the Democrats coming up with a plan of their own, analysis finds that LePage's proposal to pay hospitals through revenue bond is the best financial deal for state.
And two weeks ago, the Governor let five bills become law because he said he didn't realize the deadline had arrived for vetoing.
Now we know that he actually wrote and sent five veto letters to the House and Senate, before recalling those letters 37 minutes later.
Phil and Ethan break it all down.