Small business owners back Question 2 and Penobscots protest a pipeline

Small business owners back Question 2 and Penobscots protest a pipeline

This week on the Beacon Podcast, Will Ikard of the Maine Small Business Coalition joins Mike as a guest host to discuss Question 2, the referendum to increase school funding through a tax on the top 2% and Question 5, ranked choice voting. They also discuss new polling results showing Trump gaining in Maine.

Also, Taryn Hallweaver, climate project director for the Maine People’s Alliance, interviews June Sapiel on her experience resisting the Dakota Access Pipeline.

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