Tuesday, 11 December 2012 13:20

Tracker Standoff Continues

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Tracker Standoff Continues
AUGUSTA -  Governor LePage and Democratic lawmakers are still at a stalemate over the use of a so-called tracker. 
 
23-year-old Brian Jordan gets paid by the Maine Democratic Party to follow the governor around with a video camera.
 
Jordan says he only tapes at public events and leaves if he's asked. 
 
Senate President Justin Alfond and House Speaker Mark Eves are declining to denounce the practice. 
 
LePage is refusing to meet with the Democrats until they do, and has rejected a dinner invitation from Alfond and his wife.

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