Maine’s resistance gets organized

Maine’s resistance gets organized

This week on the Beacon podcast, Ben and Mike thank the hard-working organizers who are putting together the upcoming Maine Resistance Summit – all are welcome.

Also: A UMaine student is silenced at a legislative hearing and finds a much louder voice, and the Maine Restaurant Association begins to crack under the strain of supporting Trump and LePage.

Plus a special, musical ray of hope.

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Photo: MPA members meet in Portland.

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