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Wednesday, September 16, 201509/16/2015

9/16/15 Eye on Politics

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On today’s edition of Eye on Politics, Jeremy joins Ken and Julie this morning during our weekly Wednesday segment after the 8AM news…

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Wednesday, September 16, 201509/16/2015

9/16/15 Bruce Poliquin

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Congressman Bruce Poliquin joins the show this morning to discuss the Export/Import banks and corruption within Maine…

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Wednesday, September 16, 201509/16/2015

9/16/15 Podcast Tom Rivers

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Declaring a state of emergency, Hungary sealed off its southern border with Serbia on Tuesday and detained those trying to enter illegally. The move, aimed at shutting down the flow of migrants pouring in, resulted in the first string of refugees have been arrested on the Hungarian border since new border protection orders were put in place. .Chaos ensued as hundreds of migrants piled up in a no man’s land, and Serbian officials reacted with outrage. Stuck for an unknown amount of time on a strip of road between the two countries’ checkpoints, those fleeing violence in their homelands pitched tents and settled in. Some refused food and water in protest.

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Wednesday, September 16, 201509/16/2015

9/16/15 Podcast Scott Goldberg

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When Italian surgeon Dr. Sergio Canavero first announced his plans to conduct the first head transplant at some point, there were a few in the medical community who expressed some doubts. Well, undaunted, Canavero has his first patient… a volunteer, Russian-born Valery Sprinidov… who apparently would like to be on top of an entirely new body… and the surgery is slated for December 2017. Canavero and his supporters say new technology makes all of this possible, and the procedure will take about 36 hours. Others in the medical community aren’t convinced. As far as insurance goes, too early to tell.

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Wednesday, September 16, 201509/16/2015

9/16/15 Podcast Emily Cain

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Talking about the Export/Import bank and GE possibly shipping jobs overseas, Emily Cain joins Ken and Julie this morning on the WGAN morning news…

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Wednesday, September 16, 201509/16/2015

9/16/15 First Take

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Ken and Julie kick off this soft Wednesday morning with the CNN Debate, Iran vote in Senate, Lepage and LMF. Poliquin and the Export-Import Bank, Cassidy Patten and is Portland a sanctuary city?

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Tuesday, September 15, 201509/15/2015

9-15 Eggs and Issues

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Tuesday, September 15, 201509/15/2015

9-15 John McKernan

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9-15 Mary Mayhew

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Monday, September 14, 201509/14/2015

9/14/15 Podcast Karen Travers

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A new ABC News-Washington Post poll out Monday morning has the latest numbers for both the Democratic and Republican candidates for president in 2016. In addition to voting preferences, the poll asked respondents about various attributes they associated with the candidates, and those results provide even further insight to the challenges lying ahead for the individual candidates. Meanwhile, President Obama heads to Des Moines for a town hall with students, and to announce how aspiring college students will now be able to apply for federal financial aid three months earlier than now and submit a previous year’s tax return, changes aimed at helping more people pay for school.

Local Headlines

10 hours ago in Local

Maine Man Charged with Manslaughter in Death of Girlfriend

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A Maine man who shot his fiancée in the head while showing a gun to a prospective buyer in a Bath parking lot is facing criminal charges.

14 hours ago in Local

Maine Bookstore Owner Makes Huge Profit in Rare Stamp Sale

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A central Maine bookstore owner cashed in after selling a set of rare U.S. Postal Service stamps that brought in just under $60,000 at an auction in Fairfield

14 hours ago in Local

Maine Landlord Who Killed Tenants Gets Life in Prison

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A Maine landlord who admitted killing two tenants in 2012 following a dispute over parking spots after a snowstorm has been sentenced to life in prison.

National Headlines

16 hours ago in National

Wall Street tumbles

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Wall Street was off more than 1 percent on Thursday, pushing the S&P 500 and the Dow Jones industrial average down 10 percent for the year, as investors jettisoned stocks and scurried toward safer shores.

21 hours ago in National

Congress likely to give final OK to local Internet tax ban

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Congress is a step away from sending to President Barack Obama a bipartisan compromise that would permanently keep state and local governments from taxing access to the Internet.

22 hours ago in National

U.S. preparing for Zika

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President Obama is asking Congress for over $1.8 billion in emergency funds to fight Zika at home and abroad, and pursue a vaccine.

22 hours ago in National

In Illinois homecoming, Obama calls for improved tone in U.S. politics

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Obama won the White House in 2008 partially on a promise to overcome partisan divides in Washington. He has called his failure to do that, seven years after taking office, a regret.