The legislature’s budget-writing Appropriations Committee has started work on Gov. Janet Mills' proposed supplemental budget to pay the state’s bills through the current budget year, which ends July 1. But it does a lot more than that. Maine Public Radio’s senior political producer Mal Leary spoke with Nora Flaherty on Maine Things Considered about the budget bill and what it means for the state.
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