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Supreme Court ruling on illegal immigrant detention contradicts some Maine sheriffs, lawmakers on detention and rights

WASHINGTON D.C. – A February 27th Supreme Court decision says that immigrants in the United States

Pine Tree Primer: What is tax exempt property costing your Maine town?

  In his final State of the State address, Governor Paul LePage promised to deliver data

Maine CDC: 43 Deaths In Maine Now Attributed To Flu

AUGUSTA – The Maine Center for Disease Control is reporting that the latest data they have

‘Horrific Child Abuse’ LePage Introducing Bill To Ban Female Genital Mutilation

AUGUSTA – Governor Paul LePage has announced he will introduce a new bill to stop the

China’s ‘One Belt, One Road’ Initiative And Why American Lawmakers Are Paying Attention

CHINA – In ancient times, the ‘Silk Road’ connected China with much of the rest of

Maine CDC: Flu Has Hospitalized Over 400 in Maine, Hit Nearly 50 Long Term Care Facilities

AUGUSTA – As flu seasons go, experts are saying that this year’s season is severe. News

Rep. Pingree Stands As Sole Maine Vote To Continue Shutdown

WASHINGTON D.C. – While lawmakers on both sides of the aisle worked to find common ground

Roll Calls: Maine Female Genital Mutilation Bill – How Did Your Rep Vote?

AUGUSTA – In the first half of the 128th Maine Legislature, a bill was brought forward

Congressman Bruce Poliquin Announces He’ll Donate Pay During Shutdown

Washington D.C. – As the federal government shutdown passed it’s twelfth hour yesterday, Congressman Bruce Poliquin

Cote, Caron, Russell Biggest Surprises In Reports From Maine Candidates For Governor

AUGUSTA – This week, Maine candidates running to replace Paul LePage as Governor of the state

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