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On Tuesday, more than 110 eighth grade girls participated in the 20th Annual Girls’ Day at the State House. They traveled from Fort Fairfield and York, Rangeley and Princeton, Swan’s Island and Mattawamkeag, and many towns in between. They learned about the importance of women’s leadership, how ideas become law, and they strengthened their advocacy […]

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Tomorrow is our 14th annual Girls Day at the State House. 100 girls from across the state come to learn about Maine’s legislature in action and develop the leadership skills and experience to be Maine’s next generation of leaders! With the halls of the State House full of 100 girls the day certainty stands as […]

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In light of our 14th annual Girls Day at the State House this Thursday, March 18. Let us take a moment and consider the need for girl’s leadership on the State and National level. With 100 girls filling the halls of the State House, learning to lobby and debate like grown-up elected officials, why don’t […]

Last week, the Village Soup posted an article featuring reflections on the 124th session from capital-area legislators. Their reflections are really interesting – and got me wondering what others thought. So, I started asking around … and here are some reflections from the women of the Maine Women’s Lobby: Here’s what Laura had to say: […]