As this year’s legislative session continues, the Maine Heritage Policy Center staff has been busy drafting and submitting in-person testimony on various bills that affect economic freedom in Maine. Advocacy this session at the state house in Augusta has already spanned multiple issue areas: leveling the renewable energy playing field, reducing and eliminating onerous vehicle regulations, reforming Maine’s misguided publicly-funded election scheme, and pushing back on the economy-killing tax hikes and wage prohibitions foisted on the economy through last year’s ballot initiative process. These proposals and many others are featured in MHPC’s newest publication, the “Maine Legislative Guidebook,” which, through the generous support of its donors, has been presented to the executive branch and all members and staff of Maine’s 128th Legislature.