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Monday, July 23, 2018
  • If implemented, the new rule proposed by the federal Health and Human Services (HHS) Department concerning Title X funding would prohibit any clinic or medical facility that counsels about or refers patients for abortions from obtaining . . .
  • Knox Museum’s 2018 Annual Lecture Series guest speaker, Nathaniel Philbrick, received rave reviews from the packed house at Rockland’s Strand Theatre on Friday evening. The award-winning author and talented storyteller . . .
  • I think many of us are reading the news now with a tremendous sense of perplexity. If you, like me, grew up reading myths and fairy tales — Little Red Riding Hood, The Boy Who Cried Wolf, Hansel and Gretel — you got a clear . . .
  • Civilization consists of these things: Take care of the poor; look out for other people’s children; tolerate differences; and protect the powerless. . . .
  • Once again we are bearing witness to the spectacle of Republican members of the Legislature using any gimmick or cheat to impose their will on us, ignoring what the people have already decided. Their attempt to sway the vote . . .
  • Vinalhaven Residents Protest Family Separations, in Concert with Marches Held Throughout Maine & Across the Country —
    An ad-hoc organiza- tion, the “Vinal- haven Discus- sion Group,” organized a rally on Saturday against family separation. We had an impressive turnout of 150-plus people. In addition to a short march in the Vinalhaven downtown area . . .
  • Last week residents of House district 95 (Appleton, Hope, Warren, and part of Union) received a legislative survey in the mail from Rep. Paula Sutton. The survey questions asked about gun control, criminalization of female genital . . .
  • Looking to add a furry new member to your family? Peace Ridge Sanctuary in Brooks has several wonderful dogs and rabbits up for adoption, some of whom have waited years to find their forever family. You can learn all about them and . . .
  • After the shooting in Annapolis at the offices of the Capital Gazette newspaper, I’ve been thinking about how important our hometown papers are to life in our small towns. The papers tell us of life and death events in our neighbors’ lives . . .
  • Maine AllCare is a nonprofit group working on universal health care coverage. Coverage for health care would include dental, vision and other benefits, with little or no out-of-pocket costs. Since one-sixth of the U.S. economy is being . . .
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