Maine Things Considered

Maine Things Considered

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Maine Things Considered is a comprehensive summary of Maine news and issues, produced by the award winning news staff at the member supported Maine Public Broadcasting Network. It airs live weekday evenings between 4 and 6:30 pm. Online at news.mpbn.netMore from Maine Things Considered »

Most Recent Episodes

Maine Things Considered 05/01/2015

'Cabin Fever' Exhibit: Affirming the Healing Power of Art

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Maine Things Considered 04/30/2015

Medicaid Expansion Proponents Make Their Case to Maine Lawmakers - Again; Genetically Modified Food: Labeling Supporters Intensify Efforts for Disclosure; Across the Aisle: Battle over Bonds Dividing Maine Republicans

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Maine Things Considered - 04/29/2015

Voter Photo ID Measure Wins First Round in Maine Senate; Announcement of Maine Today Media Sale Shakes Up Employees; Panel to Share Findings on Removal of Native Children from Homes

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Maine Things Considered 04/28/2015

Bipartisan Ire Grows Over Governor's Refusal to Issue Land Bonds; Study: Chemistry of Maine's Casco Bay Changing Rapidly; Maine Seeks More Foster Homes for Growing Number of Kids in Need

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Maine Things Considered 4/27/2015

LePage's Refusal to Release Bonds Jeopardizes Conservation Projects; Proposal Would Renovate State Office Buildings; Augusta Woman Still Unaccounted For After Nepal Quake

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Maine Things Considered 04/24/2015

Court Master: DHHS Refusal to Admit Patients to State Psychiatric Hospital Violates Decree; Bill to Repeal Maine's Clean Elections Law Comes Under Fire; WMPG Scrambles to Save Thousands of Rare Vinyl Records Damaged When Pipe Bursts

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Maine Things Considered 04/22/2015

Disabled Mainers and Families Turn out to Oppose LePage Plan to Cut Public Hearings; State Police Launch Probe of Slow Response to Daycare 9-1-1 Call; Maine's First 'Community Solar' Project Generating Green for Investors

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Maine Things Considered 4/21/2015

Indian Leaders Confused by LePage's Termination of Relationship Between State, Tribes; Canadians Oppose Closure of St. Croix River Basin to Alewives; Proposed Bill Would Increase Arsenic Testing for Private Wells

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Maine Things Considered 04/20/2015

LePage Administration Moves to Reverse 15 Years of Electricity Deregulation Policy; Maine's Somali Community Fears Loss of Financial Lifeline to Families Back Home; Maine's Newest Potato, the Caribou Russet, Makes its Debut

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Maine Things Considered 04/17/2015

Warmth, Rain and Ice: Combination Raises Flooding Fears in Northern Maine; Maine Bills Would Restrict Shackling of Pregnant Women and Juveniles; Maine Peepers Sing Spring Songs, Amid Worries About Amphibians' Future

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