"Cover Story" piece focusing on two of the five children of S. Peter Mills, 87,
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"Cover Story" piece focusing on two of the five children of S. Peter Mills, 87, and Kay Mills, 82, of Farmington. Their eldest son, S. Peter Mills (the third, though he doesn't use that designation), 55, of Skowhegan, is serving his third term as a Republican state senator and is considered a maverick, receiving only a 13 percent ranking for protecting the interests of small business as gauged by the National Federation of Independent Businesses. In comparison, all but two of Maine's Republican state senators have a 100 percent ranking. And their youngest daughter, Dora Ann Mills, 39, of Readfield, who serves as Maine's director of the Bureau of Public Health, is given much of the credit for making Maine the fourth state in the country to ban smoking in all restaurants. Of the remaining three siblings, David, 53, does extensive community and volunteer work and is keeper of the family homestead in Farmington; Janet, 51, is a former district attorney for Androscoggin, Franklin and Oxford counties; and Paul, 47, is now head of the family firm, Mills & Mills, in Farmington. With a related article on the sayings of Senator Mills.
Rooks, Douglas, ""Cover Story" piece focusing on two of the five children of S. Peter Mills, 87," (1999). Maine News Index – Maine Times. 3586.
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