When the March of Dimes is coming after you, you know you took a bad vote

When the March of Dimes is coming after you, you know you took a bad vote

This week on the Beacon Podcast, Taryn and Mike talk about Rep. Bruce Poliquin voting to strip health care from more than 24 million Americans and then immediately lying about it.

Also: updates from Augusta on a universal health care bill, Mary Mayhew’s attempts to deny Medicaid coverage and Maine potentially joining the Atlantic Time Zone.

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