BANGOR - Lawmakers will be back in Augusta tomorrow, working through roughly 50 vetoes.
Governor Paul LePage hasn't been shy when it comes to vetoes, as he's rejected a record breaking 179 bills during his first term.
Republicans say they aren't surprised, blaming democrats for passing bills they know the governor won't sign off on.
"In some ways Democrats put these bills to make Republicans look bad, to make the governor look bad but at the end of the day my guess is 75 or 80 percent of these bills that the governor vetoed will sustain," says Rep. Ken Fredette, the House Republican Leader.
Fredette adds he expects republicans to remain united.
Bills vetoed by the governor include the next fiscal budget, medicaid expansion, and concealed weapon reform.
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