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Maine Governor Paul LePage Discusses His Life and Government Reforms

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Uploaded on Aug 1, 2011

He left home at 11 after a rough childhood, spending time on the streets, yet managed to finish both high school and college. He later went on to work as a Pepsi-Cola truck driver, at a meat-packing plant and as a short-order cook.

This is the story of Gov. Paul LePage, who, in a little more than six months, has ushered in sweeping reforms for Maineā€”a record of accomplishments it might take other governors years to achieve. What's even more remarkable is that LePage is a Tea Party-backed conservative making significant strides in supposedly hostile New England.

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