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Saturday, November 2, 201311/02/2013

11- David Boyer

Ethan Strimling talks with Political Director at the Marijuana Policy Project, Dave Boyer about the effects of Marijuana and why he thinks it should be legal and regulated.

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Saturday, November 2, 201311/02/2013

11-2 Ken Fredette

Ethan Strimling talks with Republican Minority Leader Ken Fredette about the legislative council and about bills that get in and don’t get in. One bill they discuss in particular might make it harder for low income families to receive welfare benefits.

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Saturday, October 26, 201310/26/2013

10-26 Shenna Bellows

Ethan Strimling speaks with Shenna Bellows, one of the leaders within the Marriage campaign who is to now running for the United States Senate against Susan Collins about her campaign and what inspired her to run.

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Saturday, October 26, 201310/26/2013

10-26 Dan Demeritt

Ethan Strimling talks with former Communications Director for Governor LePage, Dan Demeritt about the Waterfront Protection Ordinance in South Portland to help protect the area from the petroleum industry.

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Saturday, October 19, 201310/19/2013

10-19 Ken Fredette

Inside Maine’s host, Phil Harriman talks with State Representative Ken Fredette about the Government Shutdown and other topics.

Saturday, September 14, 201309/14/2013

9-14 Jack Marshall

Ethicist Jack Marshall discusses ethical principles as it relates to historical and current events.

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Saturday, September 14, 201309/14/2013

9-14 Matt Gagnon

Arthur King talks with DC area Political analyst and Bangor Daily News columnist Matt Gagnon’s about his article “Hidden Accomplishments.” They discuss how reporters and media groups are reporting gossip over accomplishments. Who’s angry at who, who said what about who doesn’t matter compared to what laws they vote in that affects your life.

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Saturday, September 7, 201309/07/2013

9-7 David Tucci

A new restaurant called Firehouse Subs is coming to Topsham, Maine! Ken and Gov. Baldacci talk to a franchise owner David Tucci, not only to discuss their delicious subs but also the restaurants history and their impact on local communities with their non profit called the Public Safety Foundation.

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Saturday, August 31, 201308/31/2013

8-31 Darol Anger

Legendary fiddler Darol Anger – whose credits include the David Grisman Quintet, The Repuiblic of Strings, the Turtle Island String Quartet and others, talks with Arthur about his music, his ties to Maine and his upcoming appearance in North Yarmouth next weekend.

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Saturday, August 31, 201308/31/2013

8-30 Charles Ellison

Charles Ellison is the Washington Correspondent for the Philadelphia Tribune talks with Arthur King about the proposed Syria intervention and argues his case on why its the right thing to do.

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Senate President’s PAC Fined For Finance Violation

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The Maine Senate President's leadership political action committee will pay a $1,500 fine for a campaign finance violation.

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Maine Senate Confirms LePage Judicial Nominees

GENERIC COURT LARGE

The Maine Senate has unanimously confirmed Republican Gov. Paul LePage's judicial nominees.

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Drunken Driving Crackdown Among New Maine Laws

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A new Maine law that aims to crack down on people with multiple drunken driving violations is among several that will soon kick in following the Democratic-led Legislature's short, combative session.

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Auto Dealer Banned From Doing Business In Maine

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The Maine attorney general's office has taken action to ban a used car dealership owner from doing business in the state for seven years after accusing him of unfair and deceptive trade practices.

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Maine’s Redneck games kick off

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HEBRON, Maine (AP) - It's time for rednecks to start their blanking games in Maine.