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Thursday, March 12, 201503/12/2015

3/12/15 Podcast Col. David Hunt

Every other Thursday we’re on the Hunt. Col. David Hunt joins Mike and Dennis to talk about ISIS, Hillary’s emails and more…

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Thursday, March 12, 201503/12/2015

3/12/15 Podcast Andrew McLean

State Representative Andrew McLean calls in to discuss the Maine DoT’s recent budget request for $70 Million / year for Maine’s bridges…

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Thursday, March 12, 201503/12/2015

3/12/15 Podcast Brad Garrett

Celebrities are often the targets (L’il Wayne on Wednesday) of “swatting,” but it is also a trend affecting regular Joe’s as well. “Swatting” is when somebody calls a local police department, and prank reports a dangerous, active shooter, hostage situation at someone’s address, causing an adrenaline-fueled SWAT team to rush to the location, prepared for the worst type of confrontation.

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Thursday, March 12, 201503/12/2015

3/12/15 Podcast Scott Goldberg

Ferguson, Missouri police chief Tom Jackson has resigned following last week’s Justice Department’s report that was severely critical of the department. Until recently chief Jackson had been defiant that he did not intend to resign or step down.

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Wednesday, March 11, 201503/11/2015

3/11/15 Podcast Mary Bruce

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who rarely speaks to the national press, held an exception at the United Nations on Tuesday afternoon, to address questions regarding her use of private email while a member of President Obama’s cabinet.

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Wednesday, March 11, 201503/11/2015

3-11-15 Podcast Steve Webster

Steve Webster Joins Mike and Dennis to talk about a benefit concert at the Performing Arts Center in Westbrook on March 18th to bring awareness to human trafficking, particularly in Maine.

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Wednesday, March 11, 201503/11/2015

3/11/15 Eye on Politics

Its Wednesday’s Eye on Politics with Matt Gagnon and Jeremy Fisher. This week’s topics include Hillary’s e-mail “scandal”.

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Wednesday, March 11, 201503/11/2015

3/11/15 Podcast Scott Goldberg

Oklahoma University on Tuesday expelled two students accused of playing a “leadership role” in a fraternity’s racist video that has caused a whirlwind of controversy since it surfaced on Sunday. But they are not the only ones suffering the consequences.

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Wednesday, March 11, 201503/11/2015

3/11/15 Podcast Aaron Katersky

Jurors in the trial of Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on Tuesday saw photographs of a blood-stained, hand-scrawled note speckled with bullet holes inside the boat he was captured in days after the deadly 2013 attack.

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Tuesday, March 10, 201503/10/2015

3-10 Trey Hardin

ABC’s Trey Hardin joins to discuss the political implications of the Hillary e-mail c

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Bill to Bar Shackling of Pregnant Inmates Advances in Maine

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A Maine legislative committee has endorsed a bill that would prohibit the shackling of pregnant inmates.

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WGAN Maine Minute 4/24

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Hear WGAN's Maine Minute, with what you need to know today in Maine.

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Effort to Repeal Clean Election Law Faces Opposition

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A proposal to ask voters whether they want to repeal Maine's Clean Election law has received a cool response from a legislative committee.

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Making headlines this week

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A look at some of this week's biggest stories and the headlines you may have missed.

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Harley recalls nearly 46,000 motorcycles

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The problem was found through customer complaints.

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Jurors get day off in Boston bombing deliberations

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Federal prosecutions have rested their case in the penalty phase of the federal trial of Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.

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Killing of U.S. al Qaeda media frontman seen as big blow for militants

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American al Qaeda member Adam Gadahn, who faced treason charges in the U.S., was killed in a drone strike.