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An Oxbow resident casts his ballot in Aroostook County at the community center.

Maine Supreme Judicial Court rules ranked-choice voting unconstitutional

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The Legislature will be under pressure to either throw out the law or amend the Constitution to allow it.
The exterior of 72 State St. in Bangor

Bangor condemns prominent State Street building

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“I did have a few incidents [with squatters] because it was unoccupied. But that’s common throughout the city.”

Moxie Fest founder, Lisbon ‘icon’ dies at 77

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He didn’t invent the drink, but he kept it alive.

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Millinocket town Councilor Jesse Dumais was an opponent of a national monument near his community. Earlier this month, he spoke out against efforts to overturn the Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument.

All signs point to monument being positive addition to Maine, even if LePage tries to hide it

LePage is overlooking some important facts. The monument is not his; it belongs to the people of the United States. Ditto for the signs and the roads where they were to be placed. All of these belong to the public, not an impetuous governor who governs through threats and tantrums.

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