News & Opinion
Submitted by Mike Tipping on Mon, 06/15/2009 - 9:09am.
A landmark election last week in Nova Scotia, Maine’s Northeastern neighbor, has sidelined the two historically-dominant political parties and brought a democratic-socialist government to power, a first in the history of Eastern Canada.
Submitted by Mike Tipping on Tue, 05/26/2009 - 10:10am.
In an email sent Thursday, The Maine Marriage Initiative, a group or religious and conservative political organizations led by the Portland Catholic Diocese, announced that supporters should be prepared to begin gathering signatures soon to enact a "people's veto" of Maine's equal marriage legislation.
The email stressed the importance of gathering the signatures in time to make the November ballot.
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