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Saturday, November 23, 201311/23/2013

11-23 REPUBLICAN WEEKLY ADDRESS

In Inside Maine

Download the Republican’s weekly address, this week, 11-23, U.S. Representative Michael Burgess from Texas criticizes the flawed rollout of the Obamacare website.

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Saturday, November 23, 201311/23/2013

11-23 PRESIDENT WEEKLY ADDRESS

In Inside Maine

Download the President’s weekly address here: This week, 11/23 President Barack Obama says the future of the nation’s economy depends on a bipartisan partnership among lawmakers.

john-mcdonald-podcasts

Saturday, November 23, 201311/23/2013

11-23 Dave Hench

In John McDonald

John talks with Maine Sunday Telegram reporter Dave Hench about his upcoming article on the homicide that took place at Brown’s Bee farm in North Yarmouth in October. Dave explores the loss of a loved one and how a tragic situation like this can occur.

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Saturday, November 23, 201311/23/2013

11-23 Justin Alfond

In John McDonald

Listen to the Democratic Response to the Governors weekly radio address, this weeks response is from Senate President Justin Alfond who says “LePage’s million-dollar consultant is the wrong priority for Maine.”

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Saturday, November 23, 201311/23/2013

11/23 Susan Saulny

In John McDonald

John talks with ABC News Correspondent Susan Saulny about the problems with Obamacare and how the White House is pushing next year’s open enrollment period past the Midterm Elections with hopes of avoiding another damaging spectacle.

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Saturday, November 23, 201311/23/2013

11-23 Governor Paul LePage

In John McDonald

Listen here for Governor Paul LePage’s Weekly Radio Address, this week he takes stalk on his administrations accomplishments.

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Monday, November 18, 201311/18/2013

11-14 Jim Bouchard

In Maine Points

The author of Think Like a Black Belt, Jim Bouchard, joins to discuss the topic of bullying.

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Saturday, November 16, 201311/16/2013

11-16 Kelly Bouchard

In John McDonald

John speaks with Portland Press Herald writer Kelley Bouchard, who has written a piece on the 50th anniversary of the assassination of John F. Kennedy. Her piece collects memories of that day from prominent Mainers (including Governor LePage).

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Saturday, November 16, 201311/16/2013

11-16 Jay Piscopo

In John McDonald

John talks with Jay Piscopo, the author and illustrator of The Undersea Adventures of Capt’n Eli graphic novel series, now sold at Hannaford. Jay will be holding a cartooning workshop at the Portland Public Library in the Kids section. Hear how he got started and how you can join in the fun!

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Monday, November 11, 201311/11/2013

11-10 Charlie Summers

In Maine Points

Maine’s former Secretary of State, Charlie Summers, joins to discuss his work with Easter Seals of Maine.

Latest Headlines

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Maine High Court: Man Who Shot Friend Is Guilty

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GENERIC COURT LARGE

Maine Supreme Judicial Court is reaffirming the manslaughter conviction of a Belfast man found guilty of shooting his best friend.

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Maine Woman Gets 133 Months For Embezzlement

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GENERIC COUNTERFEIT MONEY

A Bucksport, Maine, woman will serve a sentence of more than 11 years for stealing nearly $3 million from a bank where she worked for eight years.

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Balloon Fest Rescinds Invitation To Pilot In Crash

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A popular Maine balloon festival is rescinding its invitation to a pilot whose hot air balloon crashed into power lines in Massachusetts, injuring several people.

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Maine Heating Prices Drop As Summer Heats Up

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A Maine government survey says the average price of heating oil in the state has dropped 5 cents from earlier this month to $3.46 per gallon.

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Lawsuit Expected After Vote To Ban Tar Sands Oil

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The president of the Maine Energy Marketers Association says zoning changes intended to keep tar sands oil out of South Portland will likely be challenged in court.