A waning session and a last-ditch attempt to undermine the minimum wage

A waning session and a last-ditch attempt to undermine the minimum wage

Are corporate lobbyists ignorant or evil? That and other important questions are addressed on this week’s Beacon Podcast, as Ben and Mike explain what to expect in the last few hours of the legislative session.

Including updates on: the minimum wage competing measure, MaineCare expansion, solar energy, senior housing, health care cuts, home care and psychiatric hospital wages and Clean Elections.

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Photo via Flickr/Terry Ross

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