State of Maine secondary Archives: on Principles & Values


Paul LePage: We can do better than same failed policies of past 40 years

Our administration is working hard so young Mainers can continue to live and work in our state. We want our young families to enjoy a growing economy that allows them to prosper and succeed.

Mainers are a breed apart. Many of us value our individuality. We work hard. We take care of each other. I love my state. I am proud to call myself a Mainer. I want every Mainer to succeed and prosper. But Maine is at a crossroads. We have huge challenges.

Higher taxes and bloated government have not improved our lives. Higher energy costs have not attracted major investments to Maine. More welfare has not led to prosperity. It has not broken the cycle of generational poverty.

We cannot return to the same failed policies of the past 40 years. We are better than that. We must be bold. We must have the courage to make the tough decisions. We can do better. We will do better.

Source: 2014 State of the State speech to Me. legislature Feb 4, 2014

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