Cartoon: Temper-tossed

Cartoon: Temper-tossed

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Despite an anti-refugee rant from Governor Paul LePage that led the Portland Press Herald to accuse him of “exploiting fear” for political gain and the Bangor Daily News to lament that we’ve become “desensitized to human suffering,” the federal government will not be changing its policy towards welcoming 10,000 refugees from violence in Syria.

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Abigail Gray Swartz
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Abigail Gray Swartz is an Illustrator who lives in Portland, Maine. She graduated with her MFA from The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in 2008. She regularly illustrates for The New York Times and other domestic and international publications. To see more of her work visit her website www.GrayDayStudio.com

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