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Labor Day: It’s Not Just Another Holiday

This weekend, many are heading to the beach, enjoying a cook-out with friends and family, participating in and watching local parades, and hopefully having an all-around good time. 409 more words

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Emily Cain, Red Flannel Sweat, and the Dukakis Helmet

Those moments that define who we are. What we do means more than what we say. And you can’t pull that crap and get away with it in the 2nd District, Emily Cain. 479 more words

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Rep. Poliquin Acts to Stop Outrageous Government Intrusion of Personal Emails

Rep. Poliquin Acts to Stop Outrageous Government Intrusion of Personal Emails

As an original cosponsor, Rep. Poliquin today will vote for the Email Privacy Act in the House… 100 more words

Why I Didn't Caucus in Maine

Writer’s warning:  The following post may contain material that may be offensive to some people.  Reader is advised.

Spoiler alert:  This post contains information that it is a major part of my other blog about Staples.  1,362 more words

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Rep. Poliquin Votes to Restore Rights and Honors to Women Pilots of World War II

Rep. Poliquin Votes to Restore Rights and Honors to Women Pilots of World War II

House passes bill to restore inurnment eligibility for WASP’s at Arlington National Cemetery… 211 more words

Rep. Poliquin Meets with White House, Urges Against Unilateral National Monument Designation

Rep. Poliquin Meets with White House, Urges Against Unilateral National Monument Designation

Poliquin also requests Congress prevent unilateral designation in Maine’s North Woods

WASHINGTON – Today, Maine’s Second District Congressman, Bruce Poliquin, met with White House Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) Managing Director Christy Goldfuss to urge against the prospect of President Obama unilaterally designating nearly 90,000 acres in the Katahdin Region as a national monument.  1,471 more words