Maine Governor Paul LePage, a Republican who’s curbed borrowing since he took office two years ago with Tea Party backing, aims to take a page from Nevada and Ohio in a plan to sell bonds backed by booze revenue.
Imagine that you own a small but rapidly growing company in Vermont, and that your products are starting to sell in Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts. You would probably hate it if those states forced you to comply with inconsistent and redundant regulatory requirements.
Exxon Mobil Corp. lacked viable options to adding MTBE to gasoline, a witness told a New Hampshire jury that will decide whether the company is liable for contaminating drinking water with the chemical.
North Korea carried out its threat to scrap the 1953 armistice that ended the Korean War and cancel a cross-border hotline after the UN Security Council unanimously approved tougher sanctions over a forbidden nuclear test.
Exxon Mobil Corp. found no need to issue warnings about MTBE to customers, a former employee testified in the New Hampshire trial over whether the company is liable for contaminating water with the gasoline additive.
New York City may get 5 inches of snow and Boston 10 inches as a wet, windy storm moves out to sea after canceling more than 4,000 flights, confounding forecasters and leaving snow from the Midwest to the East Coast.