Lessons from Lewiston, the LIFEtime Act, and Gov. LePage doesn’t know the minimum wage

Lessons from Lewiston, the LIFEtime Act, and Gov. LePage doesn’t know the minimum wage

In this episode of the Beacon Podcast, MPA Bangor-area organizer Sam Portera joins Mike Tipping to discuss the results of Ben Chin’s mayoral race in Lewiston, new developments on the minimum wage in the city of Bangor and in Gov. LePage’s own imagination, and a new bill introduced in the U.S. Senate to address issues of aging and caregiving that could have a real impact on Maine.

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Photo via Andi Parkinson.

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