Julia Brown, who ran the Senate Democrats’ campaign arm, says complaints by state Sen. Chloe Maxmin are “revisionist history.”
Maine presumably would keep legalized abortion, part of what could be a patchwork of laws across the US.
The Republican senator from Maine suggests she was misled by two of President Trump’s appointees to the nation’s high court.
“Abortion is still available in the United States and it’s certainly available in Maine. And it will be after the Supreme Court issues its final decision,” said the Maine Family Planning CEO.
US Senators Collins and King, Gov. Mills, and Republican challenger Paul LePage issued statements after the leak of a draft Supreme Court decision that would overturn Roe v. Wade.
Abortion is legal under Maine state law until about 24 weeks, or viability. The rate of abortion dropped in the state from 2014 to 2017.
Sen. Maxmin and campaign manager Canyon Woodward argue in a forthcoming book the Democratic party is condescending and ignores rural voters.
Wabanaki leaders make a practical decision that there weren’t enough votes to override a veto. But they added “Our fight for sovereignty restoration will not end today.”
Director warns of “imminent” crisis in being able to find lawyers for all people needing public defense.
In short, despite positive government efforts, structural improvements are likely to be slow, expensive and economically vulnerable to labor and supply.
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