Maine’s sales of hundreds of millions of dollars of bonds have been delayed while the Republican governor and Democrat-controlled legislature  debate how  to  raise $484 million owed to the state’s hospitals.

In January Maine Gov. Paul LePage introduced a plan to pay the $484 million in Medicaid bills, financing the payments in part with bonds backed by liquor revenue.

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