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VOTE NO ON 1: Defend Maine’s Vaccine Law and Protect Maine’s Children

VOTE NO ON 1: Defend Maine’s Vaccine Law and Protect Maine’s Children

On March 3, Maine voters overwhelmingly rejected Question 1, a “people’s veto” that would have repealed a new law that protects public health and safety by eliminating non-medical exemptions for school-required immunizations. At a time when our state’s immunization rate is already dangerously low and the spread of some communicable diseases is on the rise, 74% of voters chose to protect this strong public health vaccine law.QUICK ACTION: Get answers about the law and the referendum, and learn how to respond to vaccine opponents in our vaccine guide.

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2020: Here Comes the Change

2020: Here Comes the Change

Maine voters voted for change in 2018, flipping the governor’s seat, the Maine Senate, and the U.S. House seat in CD2. We’re ready to do it again in 2020 in the U.S. Senate and the White House. But first, a look back at the work in 2019 by Maine’s many progressive grassroots groups and citizen activists.

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IMPEACHMENT: Thank King for Honoring His Oath

IMPEACHMENT: Thank King for Honoring His Oath

The House impeached President Trump for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress, and the Senate voted to acquit. Only one Republican senator found him guilty, and it wasn’t Susan Collins. QUICK ACTION: Congress was unable to hold Trump accountable, so now the job is ours. Thank Senator King for honoring his oath and serving his constituents ethically and honorably.

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How to Talk About Indian-Themed Mascots

How to Talk About Indian-Themed Mascots

Maine’s last Indian-themed mascot was finally retired in 2019, but many remain in other states and in professional sports leagues. Want to help retire them all? 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.

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NO WAR WITH IRAN: Tell Congress to Block an Illegal War

NO WAR WITH IRAN: Tell Congress to Block an Illegal War

Tensions between the U.S. and Iran remain high following the assassination of Gen. Qassem Soleimani, the second-most powerful leader in Iran. The House passed a war powers resolution with bipartisan support, and the Senate will soon take up its own measure.
QUICK ACTION: Tell Susan Collins to support the Senate war powers resolution, and get caught up on the developments. 

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VICTORIES & GOOD NEWS ROUNDUP: 2019 Maine Legislature edition

VICTORIES & GOOD NEWS ROUNDUP: 2019 Maine Legislature edition

As 2019 draws to a close, we’re taking stock of this year’s many legislative victories. We didn’t win every battle, but Maine is in a far better position today than we have been in a long while, and we’re on our way to repairing the damage of the past 8 years. Read the latest Victories & Good News Report: Maine Legislature Edition and let your legislators know how you feel about their votes!

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It’s been a year. And we still remember.

It’s been a year. And we still remember.

One year ago, Sen. Susan Collins stood on the Senate floor, offered a 45-minute long defense of Brett Kavanaugh, and announced she would vote to confirm him for the Supreme Court. In doing so, she denied credible accusations of sexual assault, disregarded evidence of his extremist views, and ignored the majority of her constituents, who had plead with her for months to deny Kavanaugh that seat.

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Journal From the Southern Border

Journal From the Southern Border

A member of our admin team is volunteering for two weeks at Annunciation House in El Paso, Texas, one of the organizations running respite shelters for people seeking entry and asylum at the southern border. Read an account of her time there for an up-close view of this humanitarian crisis and the organizations and volunteers working to address it.

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Sen. Angus King, Jr. (I):
(202) 224-5344
Sen. Susan Collins (R):
(202) 224-2523
Rep. Chellie Pingree (D):
(202) 225-6116
Rep. Jared Golden (D):
(202) 225-6306

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1-800-423-2900 
Maine Senate:
1-800-423-6900
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