Podcasts

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Wednesday, October 9, 201310/09/2013

9-22 Jeff Kane, Matt Pemberton

In Maine Points

Jeff Kane from National Distributors in South Portland, and COO of Maine Standard Biofuels, Matt Pemberton, join to answer the question, what’s a beer guy and a fuel guy doing together?

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Wednesday, October 9, 201310/09/2013

9-29 Barry Hobbins

In Maine Points

Democratic State Representative from the Saco and Biddeford area, Barry Hobbins, joins to talk Maine politics.

maine-points-podcast

Wednesday, October 9, 201310/09/2013

10-6 John Baldacci

In Maine Points

Former governor and congressman, John Baldacci joins to discuss his experience with being in office during a government shutdown and other topics!

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Saturday, October 5, 201310/05/2013

10-5 David Boyer

In John McDonald

John McDonald speaks with David Boyer, the Political Director of the Marijuana Policy Project about current Marijuana laws and the specifics of Portland’s proposed measures to legalize marijuana for adults. This interview has two parts, 2/2

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Saturday, October 5, 201310/05/2013

10-5 David Boyer

In John McDonald

John McDonald speaks with David Boyer, the Political Director of the Marijuana Policy Project about current Marijuana laws and the specifics of Portland’s proposed measures to legalize marijuana for adults. This interview has two parts, 1/2

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Saturday, September 28, 201309/28/2013

9-28 Joe Lawlor

In John McDonald

John talks with Press Herald reporter Joe Lawlor- on his coverage about the start of Obamacare (people can start shopping on the exchanges next week). It includes a story, a Q&A, and short profiles of families in different circumstances.

Saturday, September 21, 201309/21/2013

9-21 Tom Bell

In John McDonald

The Press-Herald reporter Tom Bell went to Iceland last week for a story running in this Sunday’s Telegram. The focus is Portland’s burgeoning relationship with Iceland, via the waterfront.

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Saturday, September 21, 201309/21/2013

9-21

In John McDonald

John MacDonald talks with comedian, actor and impressionist Rob Bartlett, sidekick to Don Imus on “Imus In The Morning”, heard on WZAN every Monday through Friday from 6 to 10am.
Rob is bringing his comedy show to the Leavitt Theater in Ogunquit on Saturday night at 8 p.m. Tickets are available at www.robshow.com

Saturday, September 14, 201309/14/2013

9-14 Jack Marshall

In Inside Maine

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

In Inside Maine

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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Augusta Fire Displaces 13

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Thirteen people are searching for new homes after an Augusta, Maine fire displaced them.

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LePage Wants to Require Work for Food Stamp Users

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Maine Gov. Paul LePage wants to require food stamp recipients to work while receiving benefits.

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University of Southern Maine Names New President

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University of Southern Maine officials say former Central Maine Power chief David Flanagan will lead the state's second-largest university as its new president.

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Portland To Consider A Minimum Wage Hike

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PORTLAND, Maine (AP) - Portland is considering a plan to raise the city's minimum wage to $9.50 per hour, two dollars more than the current statewide minimum.

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Harpswell Man Sentenced For Molesting Girl

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PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — A Harpswell man has been sentenced to serve more than five years in prison after pleading guilty to sexually molesting a young girl numerous times over two years starting when she was 11.