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The US Supreme Court appears poised to overturn Roe v Wade within weeks. That action would immediately trigger complete or near complete bans on abortion in half the states in the US. Find out how to protect yourself and those you care about and fight for abortion rights in a post-Roe nation.
Sen. Susan Collins’ continued pattern of feigning concern about the rights she helped dismantle is just plain laughable.
On April 22 the World will celebrate the 52nd anniversary of Earth Day. From saying no-thanks to single-use disposable products to learning better recycling hygiene, our list of more than 50 lifestyle changes compiled in partnership with various environmental groups offers easy and creative ways for your family to live lighter on the planet by celebrating Earth Day every day.
The Legislature will wrap up final votes and budget processes THIS WEEK and several of our priority bills will receive final votes, including legislation to restore self-governance to Wabanaki tribes in Maine and a bill to help reduce sexual assault on Maine’s college campuses. QUICK ACTION: Learn about these bills and find out how to support them!
2022 is set to be a record-breaking year for legislation targeting transgender people, with most of the more than 240 anti-LGBTQ bills introduced this year targeting trans people. Learn how to cut through the bigoted anti-trans spin and be a better ally.
Every bill that goes before the Maine Legislature gets a public hearing, offering Mainers an opportunity to make their voice heard. Suit Up Maine testified on more than a dozen bills during the first half of the 130th Legislature, on issues ranging from housing to health care to racial justice. Read our testimony and learn more about the bills we tracked.
Hoaxes, fabricated stories, and misinformation spread like wildfire on social media sites. Learn how to identify false stories, report hoaxes, correct inaccuracies and #ProtectTheTruth with eight powerful tips.
In collaboration with representatives from the Penobscot Nation, we’ve compiled the most common arguments made by those who want to keep these offensive mascots, with suggestions for ways to respond.