Maine Gov. Paul LePage said Saturday on "Cavuto Live" that he spoke with President Trump about the successes of his Medicaid-to-work program.
The Trump administration has cleared the way for states to impose work requirements for people on Medicaid.
After Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) put the Republican ObamaCare replacement bill on "life support," Maine's governor pressed his senior senator to vote in favor of the bill, Mike Emanuel reported.
Maine Gov. Paul LePage (R) is proposing increasing the age to vote or join the military to 21 to be consistent with a new law hiking the legal age to buy tobacco.
Maine’s governor is making headlines for saying child labor laws are hurting the economy. He believes kids as young as 12 years old should be able to work.