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    Gallery: Maine education chief moved to cut school’s funding after it announced Eves’ hiring - Staff photo by Joe Phelan/Staff Photographer | of | Share this photo

    Beth Ashcroft, director of Office of Program Evaluation and Government Accountability, speaks during a meeting of the Government Oversight Committee on Tuesday in the Cross State Office Building in Augusta. Matthew Kruk, left, an OPEGA Senior Analyst, is seated at table beside Ashcroft.

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    Beth Ashcroft, director of Office of Program Evaluation and Government Accountability, speaks during a meeting of the Government Oversight Committee on Tuesday in the Cross State Office Building in Augusta. Matthew Kruk, left, an OPEGA Senior Analyst, is seated at table beside Ashcroft.

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    Co-chair Sen. Roger Katz, R-Augusta, asks a question during a meeting of the Government Oversight Committee on Tuesday in the Cross State Office Building in Augusta.

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    Rep. Deb Sanderson, R-Chelsea, asks a question during a meeting of the Government Oversight Committee on Tuesday in the Cross State Office Building in Augusta.

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    Gallery: Maine education chief moved to cut school’s funding after it announced Eves’ hiring - Staff photo by Michael G. Seamans | of | Share this photo

    The board of Good Will-Hinckley, a former school for troubled youths and now the organization that oversees the Maine Academy of Natural Sciences, is under fire after withdrawing an offer to hire House Speaker Mark Eves as president of the organization because Gov. Paul LePage threatened to pull money from the school.

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    Maine House Speaker Mark Eves, D-North Berwick, left, and Gov. Paul LePage.

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