Governor Paul LePage, who has been a staunch supporter of loosening the shackles on business to create more economic opportunity for Mainers has now thrown his support behind a long-shot effort to make Maine the 26th Right-To-Work state in the nation.  The Governor’s senior economic adviser led a host of administration officials testifying in favor of two right-to-work bills pending before the Labor, Commerce, Research and Development Committee this week.  LePage’s support for right to work bills last session wasn’t enough to get them passed when Republicans were in control.  With democrats now ruling the Maine House of Representatives, it is considered even less likely.  In that context, the legislature held hearings this week on the Governor’s push to eliminate the state income tax by passing a constitutional amendment on the ballot this fall.  Perhaps another long shot but, LePage soldiers on!!