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MSEA-SEIU Local 1989
Maine State Employees Association, SEIU Local 1989.
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Chellie Pingree Jan 18
Cancer has met its match in . Mainers are standing with him over the next eight weeks!
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Mainers for Accountable Leadership Jan 18
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MSEA-SEIU Local 1989 Jan 17
Congratulations to New Jersey on the agreement to reach $15 an hour by 2024. “New Jersey would join a handful of states, including California, Massachusetts and New York, in phasing in a $15 hourly wage.”
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Victoria Bonney Jan 17
Congresswoman is acting as “Madame Speaker” in the House Chamber this morning.
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BDN Maine Politics Jan 16
Jared Golden to return congressional presence to downtown Bangor
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Chellie Pingree Jan 15
100 years ago women won the right to vote. Today 131 women are serving in the . To mark this historic moment, the took all of our portraits. I’m incredibly proud to be among this group.
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MSEA-SEIU Local 1989 Jan 16
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MSEA-SEIU Local 1989 Jan 16
Yes. Reopen Downeast Correctional Facility.
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Union Jobs Jan 15
The Maine State Employees Association, SEIU Local 1989 seeks a Director of Politics and Legislation based in Augusta, ME. Details can be found at:
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Chellie Pingree Jan 14
Today is day 24 of the . I just spoke with about the need to now before it takes an even greater toll on Mainers.
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Congressman Jared Golden Jan 12
During the shutdown, many workers aren’t on the job to ensure Maine’s air and water are clean and Mainers are safe from harmful chemicals. Yesterday, I voted to fund the EPA and put its inspectors back to work. We need to open the government now.
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Michael Shepherd Jan 10
Just in: The first 529 Mainers can now get coverage under Medicaid expansion. via
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BDN Maine Politics Jan 9
‘My husband is in the middle of the ocean. If you’re not going to pay him, send him home.’
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Chellie Pingree Jan 9
In Congress & in the courts, the GOP has tried to roll back essential protections. Today, I’m proud help pass H.Res 6 to defend the law & ensure that the 40% of Mainers with pre-existing conditions cannot be denied health coverage.
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MSEA-SEIU Local 1989 Jan 8
Thanks you for voting to reopen government and end the .
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Congressman Jared Golden Jan 7
The gov’t shutdown means many Maine people aren’t getting their paychecks, many Maine small businesses and their workers are hurting, and services Mainers rely on aren’t functioning. This is bad for people in our state, and it’s only going to get worse (1/3)
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Congressman Jared Golden Jan 7
Replying to @repgolden
I voted with Republicans & Democrats to reopen the government last week. The bills we passed strengthen the border & build physical barriers where they're effective. Just as important for Maine, the bills fund infrastructure projects, open nat'l parks, & pay gov't employees (2/3)
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Congressman Jared Golden Jan 7
Replying to @repgolden
We need to strengthen our borders. But shutting down the gov't to demand more money for the president's unrealistic, irresponsible wall hurts Maine & doesn’t get us closer to a secure border. I’m working with both parties to get the gov't working again and put people first (3/3)
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Portland Press Herald Jan 6
Maine's should speak out against the government shutdown, writes.
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