September 11, 2015: Tipped workers, a clean river and personal vengeance

September 11, 2015: Tipped workers, a clean river and personal vengeance

In this episode of the Beacon Podcast, Ben Chin and Mike Tipping discuss:

  • The votes by the Portland City Council on the minimum wag and the sub-minimum tipped wage
  • The victory in court last week requiring a cleanup of Mercury in the Penobscot River
  • The new report on Governor LePage’s actions regarding Good Will Hinckley and the private employment of House Speaker Mark Eves.

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Photo: MPA Bangor Field Director Sage Norberg addresses the media before closing arguments in the NRDC/MPA lawsuit against Mallinckrodt

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