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PNS Weekend Update - October 1, 2016 


Our rundown features several stories including: experts and officials brainstorm ways to fight the opioid epidemic; California toughens laws against rape; and an insider says the Yahoo breach could be much larger than initially reported.

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Public News Service - Maine

AUGUSTA, Maine – Local voting-rights advocates are hoping the first presidential debate primed the pump to get more Mainers registered to vote ...Read More
AUGUSTA, Maine – If the gender pay gap continues to close at its current rate, women will reach pay equity with men in 2059, and according to a ...Read More
AUGUSTA, Maine — Gov. Paul LePage has said he doesn't understand all the hoopla, but questions remain about his plan to contract with an out-of- ...Read More
AUGUSTA, Maine -- Maine farmers stepped up to help fight hunger this weekend with a parade from the Augusta Food Bank to the State Capitol. There ...Read More
Augusta, ME - The Bureau of Environmental Protection (BEP) will be back at it today (Thursday), considering mining rules that environmental advocates ...Read More
AUGUSTA, Maine — Some Maine lawmakers are a little bit puzzled over why Gov. Paul LePage would need more time to reveal the contents of his ...Read More
AUGUSTA, Maine – Embattled Gov. Paul LePage faces a Sept. 1 deadline to respond to a Freedom of Access Act request to reveal the contents of a ...Read More
AUGUSTA, Maine – President Barack Obama on Wednesdasy designated a new national monument for Maine. Its goal is to preserve the landscape and ...Read More
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