Edward Polewarczyk

Net Zero

MAINE HOUSE DISTRICT 47 Opinion – Appeared in the Wiscasset Newspaper Rep. Edward J. Polewarczyk  Mon, 11/27/2023 Rep. Edward J. Polewarczyk One of Maine’s Climate Action Plan Goals is to “Reduce Maine’s Greenhouse Gas Emissions” and help Maine achieve its Net Zero Goal.  https://www.nationalgrid.com/stories/energy-explained/what-is-net-zeroNet Zero refers to the amount of greenhouse gases (GHGs) that are removed […]

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Bill to provide restitution for victims of shop lifting to have Public Hearing

STATE HOUSE– Rep. Ed Polewarczyk (R-Wiscasset) announced today that his bill to provide restitution for victims of shoplifting will have a Public Hearing Wednesday. The bill allows restitution to be paid to a victim of shoplifting for the time spent by the victim dealing with the offense. “The vibrancy of our Maine communities is connected

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Bill to end rank choice voting to have Public Hearing

STATE HOUSE– Rep. Ed Polewarczyk (R-Wiscasset) announced today that his bill to repeal the rank choice voting law will have a Public Hearing Wednesday. “There are increasing complaints from constituents that the rank choice experiment has failed to deliver on its promises,” said Rep. Polewarczyk. “It produces false majorities, frequently exhausts thousands of ballots cast

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Offshore Wind Plan fails to consider mounting whale deaths and the concerns of Maine tribes left out of the stakeholder process.

With opposition to offshore wind growing with each new whale death, Maine House Republicans believe that the Governor’s Offshore Wind Plan should be halted until potential environmental damage can be assessed.  This is Representative Ed Polewarczyk of Wiscasset with the Weekly Republican Radio Address. Maine House Republicans are concerned that the ‘Offshore Wind Roadmap’ recently

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UMaine System Must Acknowledge Current Science, Drop Student Covid-19 Vaccination Requirement

Publicly-funded University System should follow the lead of Maine’s Community College System now that the negative impacts of the policy on learning, health, and enrollment are becoming all too clear  STATE HOUSE – Education Committee Republicans today are calling on Maine’s publicly-funded University of Maine System to follow the lead of Maine’s Community College System

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Balancing the Budget

Two months into a first legislative term and one just begins to learn how this government works or doesn’t. Maine is required to have a balanced budget.  The previous legislature passed a budget for the current fiscal year (year ending June 30, 2023).  As the year progressed, there were many circumstances that altered budget income

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