LePage legal fights tested limits, cost Maine $900,000

Attorney David Webbert was quoted in this article from the Portland Press Herald on January 5, 2019.

“LePage’s repeated failure to follow the law and attack judicial independence means courts and lawmakers should consider outlining what future governors cannot do,” said attorney David Webbert, who represents former Democratic Speaker Mark Eves in his ongoing lawsuit against LePage. He described LePage’s theory of Maine’s Constitution as: “The governor gets to intervene in anything he wants done differently”‘

“Some people could look at some of the things he did and say, ‘He didn’t pay a price for that,’ Webbert said.”

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