Laurel Libby

Rep. Laurel Libby Press Release | Mental Health Legislation

STATE HOUSE – Augusta, Maine – On October 29, Representative Laurel Libby of Auburn submitted “An Act to Increase Availability of Mental Healthcare Facilities in Maine,” an emergency after-deadline bill intended to repeal Certificate of Need requirements for inpatient and outpatient mental healthcare facilities in Maine. Certificate of Need (CON) is the lengthy and expensive […]

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Unprecedented In-Person Showing of Mainers Opposing Extreme Abortion Bill LD 1619 Blocked from Testifying

STATE HOUSE – Augusta, Maine – Over 1,500 Mainers opposing up-until-birth abortion bill LD 1619 gathered at the State House on Monday, May 1st, for a public hearing before the Judiciary Committee. LD 1619 would allow abortion on demand at any time during pregnancy, including in the third trimester, up until birth. The significant in-person

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Rep. Laurel Libby Introduces School Choice Legislation to Benefit Students

Announcement comes during National School Choice Week (Jan. 22-28) STATE HOUSE – Rep. Laurel Libby (R-Auburn) has introduced school choice legislation to address long-standing deficiencies that were highlighted over the last several years. LR 835- “An Act to Advance Educational Opportunities for All Students,” will target educational funds where they will best serve the unique

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Things are bad enough, now our lobster industry is under attack

This is Representative Laurel Libby of Auburn with the Weekly Republican Radio Address. High energy costs, high taxes, and unprecedented cost increases for everyday items like food, are making Maine increasingly unaffordable for the people who live here. Even though Democrats are firmly in control of our government, Maine House Republicans have done our best

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