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The Legislature is considering a bill to better protect the health and safety of Maine children in child care. LD 1689, An Act To Protect Children in the State from Possible Sexual, Physical and Emotional Abuse by Persons Who Have Been Convicted of Crimes, would require Maine to comply with the federal law and use […]

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Action is needed to increase access to affordable health care coverage for all Maine people! We expect the legislature to vote on LD 633, An Act To Improve the Health of Maine Citizens and the Economy of Maine by Providing Affordable Market-based Coverage Options to Low-income Uninsured Citizens, this week. Please contact your legislators today and urge them […]

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On January 21, the Alliance for Maine Women held a press conference to announce their legislative priorities as part of Women’s Day at the State House. The following remarks are excerpts from that press conference. Remarks by Gilda Nardone, executive director of New Ventures Maine: The Alliance for Maine Women has recently formed out of […]

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Alliance for Maine Women Announces 2016 Priorities The Alliance for Maine Women works to ensure that all Mainers have the economic, social, and political power to make decisions about their bodies, sexuality, health, and families – with an emphasis on securing these rights for Maine Women. The Maine Women’s Lobby is a proud partner of […]

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127th Legislature, First Regular Session Legislative Outcomes We lobbied on a number of bills this legislative session. The roll calls for some of those are featured in our member newsletter, which was mailed in September. (You can become a member by making a donation to the Maine Women’s Lobby today.) We talked about many other […]

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