The birth of Maine’s resistance and where we go from here

The birth of Maine’s resistance and where we go from here

This week on the Beacon Podcast, Taryn, Ben and Mike talk about the flood of marches, campaigns, rallies and actions in the first two weeks of Trump’s presidency and discuss how Maine activists can keep up on what’s happening and engage strategically without burning out.

Also: Gov. LePage’s budget and his latest lie about the minimum wage.

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Photo via Sarah Rawlings.

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