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NEW TV AD: Keep the Economy Moving – No Tax Increases

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Statewide Poll: Maine People Oppose Tax Increases & Want Hospitals Paid with No Strings Attached

Data indicates people want spending restraint in Augusta AND in their cities and towns AUGUSTA – Maine people strongly want Maine’s hospitals paid back with no strings attached.  A total of 70% of respondents indicated that was their choice compared to 15% who felt it should be connected to an...

MPBP releases comments from NoHospitalDebt.org petition

For Immediate Release: Thursday, April 18, 2013 Maine People Before Politics releases document detailing comments from citizens signing NoHospitalDebt.org petition AUGUSTA – Maine People Before Politics is releasing a document detailing some comments Maine citizens have made as they signed the No...

RELEASE: Maine People Before Politics airs statewide TV ad to support hospital payment plan

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  Thursday, April 4, 2013 Maine People Before Politics airs statewide TV ad to support hospital payment plan Also launches new website www.NoHospitalDebt.org This morning, Maine People Before Politics began airing a statewide TV ad urging the State Legislature to take action to pay...

Statement In Response To Attack By BDN Columnist

Statement of MPBP executive director Jason Savage in response to attack by BDN columnist “The only contributor we have ever had who made mention of some sort of political favor for their contribution was an executive from a renewable energy industry that is a darling of the liberal movement. Maybe...

Press Release: Serious Conflict At Maine Today Media Damages Reporting Credibility

PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE SERIOUS CONFLICT AT MAINE TODAY MEDIA DAMAGES REPORTING CREDIBILITY West Enfield – Maine People Before Politics today is revealing a shocking conflict of interest at the Portland Press Herald and Maine Today Media, owner of the Herald, Kennebec Journal and Waterville...

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