Medicaid expansion would provide millions in funding to fight the opioid epidemic
AUGUSTA -- Independent Rep. Marty Grohman of Biddeford today released the following statement after Governor LePage’s veto of a bill expanding Medicaid coverage for Mainers was sustained by the Maine House of Representatives:Read more
BIDDEFORD - Marty Grohman, independent candidate for Congress in Maine's 1st district, released the following statement following the passage of Question 1 Tuesday night, reinstating Ranked Choice Voting for Federal elections this fall after the Maine legislature effectively repealed it earlier this year:
Independent candidate for Congress Marty Grohman today announced his campaign raised a total of $54,275 for the pre-primary reporting period ending May 23. This is more than both of his opponents raised for the period, combined.Read more
Marty Grohman, a businessman and independent second-term state legislator, announced today that he has turned in the signatures required to qualify for the general election ballot.
Grohman is running as an independent in Maine’s first congressional district, and officially qualified for the ballot on Friday when he submitted more than 2,200 petition signatures to the Secretary of State.
"Our nation faces enormous challenges, but Washington is too entrenched in party gridlock to effectively address them," said Grohman. "Government should not just lurch from crisis to crisis. The partisan fighting is exhausting for the public. We need a new approach. We need our elected officials to come out of their partisan corners, sit down together, and work out real solutions. That’s why I’m running for Congress."Read more
Bangor Daily News - One of Maine’s biggest challenges is keeping our economy on solid footing by growing our workforce. In this strong economy, with record-low unemployment and private-sector growth, employers are seeking skilled workers. When they don’t find them, growth is stopped in its tracks.Read more
As we were thinking about making the annual trek around the house to assess how the roof held up over the winter (which the calendar does say should be over), we came across Martin Grohman’s name. He’s the Biddeford-based director of sustainability for one of the country’s biggest roofing companies, and we wanted to know what that means. Read on to find out about the roots of his green life (his mother is pretty famous), what role recycled roof materials played in paving his driveway and what you can do to make your own roof a little greener.Read more
The 37 people who lived in the building at 45 Hill St. and another building damaged by smoke and water are homeless. The good news is, as of Thursday night, more than $5,200 raised through a GoFundMe account started by State Rep. Martin Grohman is helping the fire victims in real time.Read more