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Saturday, February 14, 201502/14/2015

Patrick Marvin 2/14

Policy Analyst Patrick Marvin calls in to talk about the possible effects of the newly released state budget documents.

Saturday, February 7, 201502/07/2015

Sara Gideon 2/7

Sara Gideon calls in to Inside Maine to talk about her responsibilities in the house.

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Saturday, February 7, 201502/07/2015

Garrett Martin 2/7

Garrett Martin of the Maine Center for Economic Policy calls in to discuss taxes and Paul LePage’s budget.

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Saturday, February 7, 201502/07/2015

Jon LaBonte 2/7

Jon LaBonte calls in to talk with Jeremy Fisher about the state budget.

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Saturday, February 7, 201502/07/2015

Mary Mayhew 2/7

Patrick Marvin talks with Jeremy Fisher about Paul LePage’s budget plan.

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Saturday, February 7, 201502/07/2015

Emily Cain 2/7

Emily Cain calls in to Inside Maine talk with Jeremy Fisher about the recent congressional campaign and Paul LePage’s new budget.

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Saturday, January 31, 201501/31/2015

Travis Lee 1/31

WMTW News 8 Sports Director Travis Lee calls in to Inside Maine (from Arizona) to talk with Sean Moody and Kendrick Ballantyne about the upcoming Superbowl.

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Saturday, January 31, 201501/31/2015

Kendrick Ballantyne 1/31

Kendrick Ballantyne talks with Sean Moody about his career and Sunday’s big game.

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Saturday, January 24, 201501/24/2015

Jack Marshall 1/24

Jack Marshall returns to talk with Arthur King about various ethical issues.

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Saturday, January 24, 201501/24/2015

Charlie Leocha 1/24

Charlie Leocha (chairman of Travelers United) calls in to talk about a handful of air-travel topics; including fuel prices, cabin redesigns, and an upcoming merger.

Latest Headlines

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Authorities Scale Back Search For Maine Homicide Suspect

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GUILFORD, Maine (AP)  Authorities have scaled back their search in North Guilford for a man suspected of killing his ex-girlfriend.…

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Maine Weathering Worst Acute Hepatitis C Outbreak Since ’90s

GENERIC NEEDLES LARGE

As Maine continues to weather its worst acute hepatitis C outbreak since cases were recorded in the 1990s, health advocates say the state's heroin epidemic is to blame.

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UMaine Scientist Says Plastic Bags Might Kill Pet Fish

GENERIC FISHING LURE

A University of Maine scientist says some bags used to transport pet fish home from aquariums leach a toxic chemical that might kill the animals.

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Man Died at Sea of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

GENERIC INVESTIGATION LARGE

Maine authorities say a 59-year-old Vermont man died at sea of carbon monoxide poisoning last month about 13 miles off of York Harbor.

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Groups Holding Anniversary Vigil about Lac-Megantic Disaster

Smoke rises from railway cars that were carrying crude oil after derailing in downtown Lac Megantic, Quebec, Canada, Saturday, July 6, 2013. A large swath of Lac Megantic was destroyed Saturday after a train carrying crude oil derailed, sparking several explosions and forcing the evacuation of up to 1,000 people. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Paul Chiasson)

Activists at a Portland, Maine, rally to commemorate the second anniversary of the Lac-Megantic, Quebec, rail disaster say the explosion underscores the need for more clean energy.