Maine Gov. Paul LePage Asked to Apologize for 'Diatribe' Against Lawmaker - NECN

Maine Gov. Paul LePage Asked to Apologize for 'Diatribe' Against Lawmaker

LePage called Republican Sen. Tom Saviello "the most repugnant human being" he's ever seen at an Aug. 20 committee meeting

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    Maine Gov. Paul LePage Asked to Apologize for 'Diatribe' Against Lawmaker

    Two lawmakers want Maine's Republican governor to apologize for an "utterly unprovoked and unacceptable diatribe" against a lawmaker.

    Republican Sen. Roger Katz and Democratic Rep. Anne-Marie Mastraccio on Wednesday followed through on a promise to ask Gov. Paul LePage's apology to apologize to the Legislature's Government Oversight Committee.

    LePage's office didn't immediately respond to request for comment.

    LePage at an Aug. 20 committee meeting called Republican Sen. Tom Saviello "the most repugnant human being" he's ever seen.

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    Katz ruled the governor out of order. LePage then stormed out of the committee meeting.

    LePage was answering questions about a report that found no evidence that he played any role in a decision to divert shipments of spruce and fir from public lands. Saviello had pushed for an investigation into the issue.

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