It’s like Trumpcare was designed to hurt Maine, and Rep. Poliquin’s political future

It’s like Trumpcare was designed to hurt Maine, and Rep. Poliquin’s political future

This week on the Beacon podcast, Mike, Taryn and Ben talk health care, including the effects on Mainers of the Republican health care proposal and what a new poll tells us about the potential political cost to Sen. Susan Collins and Rep. Bruce Poliquin. Also, positive new jobs numbers show the minimum wage increase didn’t actually cause the sky to fall.

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Photo via Rep. Poliquin official site.

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