On Censorship, Big Tech, and Fear of Speaking Out

By Sen. Lisa Keim, January 26, 2021 Censorship has exploded since the January 6th incident at the Capitol. The silencing of statements that could be construed as favorable to Trump, has extended to include persons who hold conservative views, especially those who question November’s presidential election results. In USA Today, columnist Rachel Bovard relates the Big Tech’s … Continue reading On Censorship, Big Tech, and Fear of Speaking Out

We Cannot Control COVID-19 at All Cost

By Senator Lisa Keim As the pandemic grinds on, we now have nearly one year of data and experience. The narrative should be evolving, as increased knowledge replaces shadowy fear with fact. However, rather than focusing on ‘good’ news, media and government public relations outreach continues to drive a sense of hopelessness, having shifted attention … Continue reading We Cannot Control COVID-19 at All Cost

Senator Lisa Keim Submits Bills for the New Legislature

(January 5, 2021) – The deadline for submitting new bills for the 130th State Legislature was December 18, 2020. Currently, only the titles of these bills are available. Below is a list of the bill titles submitted by Senator Lisa Keim. An Act to Protect the Private Information of Maine CitizensAn Act to Provide Services … Continue reading Senator Lisa Keim Submits Bills for the New Legislature

Senator Lisa Keim Reappointed to Two Legislative Committees

(December 21, 2020) - State Senator Lisa Keim has been reappointed to serve as the lead Senate Republican on the Legislature’s Joint Standing Committee on the Judiciary. She will also serve another term on the Legislature’s Government Oversight Committee. She has served as Chair of the Working Group to Improve the Provision of Indigent Legal … Continue reading Senator Lisa Keim Reappointed to Two Legislative Committees

Weekly Radio Address – 10/23/20

Senator Lisa Keim on the Importance of Voting https://videopress.com/v/ni4j1LC0?preloadContent=metadata Exercising Your Right to Vote is Crucial In the spring of 1789, the Constitution of the United States took effect, granting enormous powers to a new federal government. Hello, I am Senator Lisa Keim of District 18. Almost immediately, the Congress created by this document began … Continue reading Weekly Radio Address – 10/23/20

Radio Address – 4/24/20 – Senator Keim on Our Rights

https://videopress.com/v/kXLKR0AT?preloadContent=metadata Sen. Lisa Keim – Our Rights Do Not Fade Away in a Crisis Hello, my name is Lisa Keim and I serve as the State Senator for District 18. In times of crisis, our rational fear of danger causes us to seek effective ways to preserve safety. After the 2001 terrorist attacks, for example, … Continue reading Radio Address – 4/24/20 – Senator Keim on Our Rights

New Maine Law Could Have Prevented Mass Shootings in Ohio/Texas

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - 8/5/2019 (Augusta, Maine) Along with the rest of the nation, our prayers and sympathies are with all of those affected by the mass shootings in Texas and Ohio this past weekend. We all grieve together over the needless loss of friends and neighbors. In that grief, the search for solutions becomes … Continue reading New Maine Law Could Have Prevented Mass Shootings in Ohio/Texas