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Wednesday, February 26, 201402/26/2014

2-26 First Take

In Ken & Mike's First Take

Ken and Mike’s Wednesday First Take covers: A key Republican senator released a proposal Tuesday to expand Maine‚Äôs Medicaid program, House of Representatives giving preliminary approval for a study of a state run virtual school, a husband and wife are now $10 million richer after finding rare coins on their property, and more!

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Tuesday, February 25, 201402/25/2014

2-25 First Take

In Ken & Mike's First Take

Ken and Mike’s Tuesday First Take covers a controversial Arizona bill that would allow business owners not to serve gay citizens and it’s fate in the hands of governor Brewer weather or not to veto, a Portland ordinance would protect parks, but not Congress Square Plaza, and more!

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Monday, February 24, 201402/24/2014

2-24 Angus King

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Senator Angus King joins for a segment about his trip to the Middle East, and a conversation about foreign relations.

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Monday, February 24, 201402/24/2014

2-24 Steve Mistler

In Podcasts

Press Herald’s Steve Mistler joins to discuss the week in politics and more!

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Monday, February 24, 201402/24/2014

2-24 Scott Goldberg

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CARBON MONOXIDE LEAK AT NY MALL LEAVES ONE DEAD, DOZENS HOSPITLIZAED, ABC’S SCOTT GOLDBERG JOINS TO EXPLAIN

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Monday, February 24, 201402/24/2014

2-24 First Take

In Ken & Mike's First Take

Ken and Mike’s Monday First Take covers a Mexican drug lord captured, the Ukranian president who has said isn’t resigning is now gone, Governor LePage not to attend some meetings, and more!

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Friday, February 21, 201402/21/2014

2/21 Friday First Take

In Ken & Mike's First Take

Ken and Mike’s Friday first take covers the latest on the Ukraine crises, Portland is on a top 10 list for tax burdens, another black-eye for DHHS, a teenager charged with bomb threats and more!

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Thursday, February 20, 201402/20/2014

2-20 Capital Insights

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Former Governor, John Baldacci, joins for a Capital Insights on Mike Michaud’s economic plan and more!

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Thursday, February 20, 201402/20/2014

2-20 First Take

In Ken & Mike's First Take

Ken and Mike’s Thursday First Take covers Michaud’s economic plan, the 911 call from a recent road rage killing released, protests erupt in Kiev, and more!

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Wednesday, February 19, 201402/19/2014

2-19 Eye on Politics

In Podcasts

Political analysts, Phil and Ethan, join for an Eye on Politics with a preview on a Michaud announcement coming today, the minimum wage discussion in Maine, plus much more!

Local Headlines

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Maine Senate Confirms Public Utilities Commission Nominee

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AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) _ The Maine Senate has confirmed Republican Gov. Paul LePage’s pick for the Public Utilities Commission. The…

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Environmental advocates Push Solar, Energy Efficiency Bills

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AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) _ A group of environmental advocates are urging lawmakers to support measures aimed at expanding solar power…

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More Than 2,100 Without Power in Northern Maine

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MILO, Maine (AP) _ More than 2,100 customers are without power in northern Penobscot and Piscataquis counties as utility crews…

National Headlines

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As gas prices drop, Americans favor oil exports

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A new poll shows Americans are more likely than ever to favor easing a ban on exporting crude oil.

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Feds say Obamacare could affect nearly a third of taxpayers

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Up to four percent of Americans are expected to pay a penalty for failing to obtain health coverage last year.

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Obama budget proposes spending lift for military, domestic programs

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The fiscal 2016 budget, which the White House intends to unveil on Monday, would fund a host of programs that Republicans are unlikely to support.

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1 in 5 U.S. children rely on food stamps

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The number of children relying on food stamps spiked to 16 million last year, signaling a lopsided economic recovery.