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Gov. Paul LePage

‘There are no apologies’: LePage stands by remarks about Rep. John Lewis

The NAACP is demanding an apology from LePage over his comments about the civil rights leader and longtime congressman, but the governor is standing by his remarks.
BDN PORTLAND

The fate of a $60 million school bond could come down to one vote

Tonight: A bomb threat briefly closed down a Portland Jewish community center; Obama pardoned a southern Maine woman; and we try to predict how a contentious political issue will play out.

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Business

Media, wood yard workers, and federal and state officials gather to discuss how $1 million in federal grants will help the state's $8.5 billion forest products industry determine its future during a press conference on Wednesday at the American Forest Management wood yard in Passadumkeag.

Researchers, $1M in grants to help Maine recover from ‘natural disaster’ of mill closures

The Oak Ridge National Laboratory will help researchers at the University of Maine tackle the future of bio-based materials, including nanocellular technology, biofuels and additive manufacturing.

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