Why Heather McIntosh quit her job and what April Thibodeau thinks of Mary Mayhew

Why Heather McIntosh quit her job and what April Thibodeau thinks of Mary Mayhew

This week the Beacon Podcast features interviews with a couple of incredible Mainers. April Thibodeau is on to discuss her recent piece The callousness of DHHS head Mary Mayhew and Heather McIntosh discusses her decision to quit her job as a restaurant server and publish an op-ed opposing her boss on the minimum wage.

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