AUGUSTA – It promises to be a very busy day at the Statehouse.
It’s veto day, a time for lawmakers to consider the many vetoes handed down by Governor LePage.
He issued 25 more vetoes on Tuesday.
The measures include a ban on cellphone use while driving, an effort to raise the age at which a person can buy tobacco and another that calls for coming up with a plan for increasing the use of solar power.
There are also several that deal with public health including one that would restore Mainecare service to thousands of Mainers.
It will take a two thirds majority vote in each chamber to override the vetoes.
We have a crew in Augusta and will have the final tally tonight at six.