Mainers fight racism, Yes on 4 ramps up and the podcast has a new co-host

Mainers fight racism, Yes on 4 ramps up and the podcast has a new co-host

This week on the Beacon podcast, Ben and Mike discuss the refusal of Republican legislators to return to session to take any action to hold Governor LePage accountable and what Mainers can do on an individual basis to combat systemic racism. They also discuss a series of public events over the last two weeks in support of the minimum wage referendum.

This episode contains some occasional input from 10-month-old Anjali Chin.

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