The legislature is back, impeachment and Maine businesses standing against racism

The legislature is back, impeachment and Maine businesses standing against racism

In this episode of the Beacon Podcast, Mike Tipping and Maine Small Business Coalition director Will Ikard discuss Maine businesses that are taking a stand against racism and bigotry by placing signs in their windows, the return of the Maine legislature, the push for impeachment, the statewide campaign to raise the minimum wage and more.

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