December 19, 2012

LePage to talk business at Bangor chamber

The governor says he has a plan to reduce the cost to live and do business, reduce energy costs and better prepare students for the global economy.

The Associated Press

BANGOR — Gov. Paul LePage is highlighting his plan to create jobs and attract business and investment to Maine while delivering a speech at a Bangor Region Chamber of Commerce breakfast series.

LePage is speaking Wednesday morning at the Spectacular Event Center in Bangor as part of the chamber's speaking series titled, "Business Revolution: Are You Ready for Tomorrow?"

LePage says he has a plan to strengthen Maine by reducing the cost to live and do business in the state, reducing energy costs and better preparing students for the global economy.

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