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Saturday, December 21, 201312/21/2013

12/21 Minority Leader Ken Fredette

Ethan Strimling talks to Minority Leader, Ken Fredette about welfare reform and health care expansion.

Saturday, December 14, 201312/14/2013

12/14 Everette Potter

Winter is here, and a storm is coming, Inside Maine host Arthur King talks with travel expert Everett Potter about how you can travel large on a small budget this winter season.

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Saturday, December 14, 201312/14/2013

12/14 Jack Marshall

Inside Maine host Arthur King talks with attorney and ethicist Jack Marshall who explains why a controversial court decision involving a drunken teenager may have been the right decision.

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Saturday, November 23, 201311/23/2013

11-23 Jason Savage

Ethan Strimling talks with Jason Savage Executive Director of the Republican Party about recruiting young people in to the republican party.

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Saturday, November 23, 201311/23/2013

11-23 Julie Rabinowitz

Ethan talks with the Maine Director of Communication Julie Rabinowitz about the recent unemployment numbers.

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Saturday, November 23, 201311/23/2013

11-23 Mike Michaud

Ethan Strimling talks with Congressman Mike Michaud about the evolution of his position on LGBT issues.

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Saturday, November 23, 201311/23/2013

11-23 REPUBLICAN WEEKLY ADDRESS

Download the Republican’s weekly address, this week, 11-23, U.S. Representative Michael Burgess from Texas criticizes the flawed rollout of the Obamacare website.

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Saturday, November 23, 201311/23/2013

11-23 PRESIDENT WEEKLY ADDRESS

Download the President’s weekly address here: This week, 11/23 President Barack Obama says the future of the nation’s economy depends on a bipartisan partnership among lawmakers.

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Saturday, November 9, 201311/09/2013

11-9 Matt Gagnon

Aurthur King talks with Editor and Chief of Pine Tree Politics, Matt Gagnon about intramural squabbles in the republican party and whether conservatives should form a third party.

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Saturday, November 2, 201311/02/2013

11-2 Chris Busby

Ethan Strimling brings on Chris Busby, the editor and publisher of The Bollard, a monthly magazine about Portland. Is there any real leadership in Portland or is the city rudderless?

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Maine Gets Sewage Funds, But Says It Needs More

GENERIC COUNTERFEIT MONEY

Maine officials say the $29.7 million they're receiving for wastewater treatment upgrades in seven facilities is a small portion of the more than $1 billion needed for similar projects over the next 20 years.

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Panel Makes Recommendations To Stop Domestic Abuse

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Creating a state database of concealed handgun permits and encouraging health care providers to screen patients regularly for physical abuse are among dozens of recommendations from a panel of Maine officials and law enforcement members who examined recent domestic violence homicides.

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University Of Maine Researchers Get Project Money

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Three University of Maine research scientists will receive grants from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration for projects related to the fishing industry.

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Maine Man Says In Lawsuit Petco Rat Made Him Sick

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A Maine man who says he developed a serious disease after getting bit by a rat he bought at Petco has sued the pet supply retailer.

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Wilkerson, Close to receives degrees from Bates

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LEWISTON, Maine (AP) - Pulitzer Prize winning author Isabel Alexis Wilkerson and Oscar-nominated actor Glenn Close are among four people scheduled to receive honorary degrees at the Bates College commencement.