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Non-Citizen Voting in Portland about to become a problem for all of Maine – here’s why

AUGUSTA – The proposal to allow non-citizens the ability to vote in Portland is almost certain

US Justice Dept. Arrests 2,300 For Suspected Sexual Abuse Of Children

WASHINGTON – While the mainstream media was covering tweets, elections and political intrigue this spring, the

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

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