Women in their 20’s lose a right that many had taken for granted.
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The regulations starting this summer aim to give scientists a better understanding of some of New England’s most iconic species, including Atlantic cod.
Maine Attorney General’s office says the state legislature will likely need to change laws that govern private schools receiving public money.
Joyous college graduations of Maine’s immigrant students remind us of the slow reunification process that many families endure.
‘A fundamental assault on women’s rights’: Maine politicians react to US Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade
Gov. Mills vows to protect abortion rights, while U.S. Sen. Susan Collins predicts the ruling will further divide the country.
The Maine Monitor spoke with an environmental expert to break down the top four environmental bills from the 130th Legislature that were not talked about. It’s the environmental legislative roundup you haven’t read.
Registered voters who did not vote in the past two federal elections have 20 days to verify address.
Devin Colavecchio signs a document affirming the suspension after being accused of making racist and homophobic remarks to treatment participants.
The 54-year-old plays for other transgender woman who can’t. “I’m just a woman who loves basketball and loves her team.”
Many people lose life-long relationships. Others worry about finding competent doctors and long-care facilities that are accepting and supportive.
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