(NEWS CENTER) -- Governor Paul LePage is still railing against the treatment he got when he made an impromptu appearance at a rare weekend hearing of the Legislature's Appropriations Committee.

The committee was hearing testimony from DHHS Commissioner Mary Mayhew and others about a serious shortage of funding on the immediate horizon.

The governor showed up at the end of the hearing and asked to enter his remarks on the record, but he was denied.

We talk with NEWS CENTER political analysts Phil Harriman and Ethan Strimling about whether the governor should have been allowed to speak at the hearing and what this latest confrontation will do to relations between the parties in Augusta.

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