Former school president lays out a conservative approach
By David Hench
Bill Beardsley says well-intentioned government restrictions have inhibited business competition, raised health care and energy costs and increased taxes to the point that businesses are reluctant to move to Maine and too many young people have to leave to pursue careers.
Beardsley, a former president of Husson University, is credited with turning a troubled business school into a profitable private institution offering a broad range of courses. Beardsley also was vice president of Bangor Hydro Electric Co.
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