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27. March 2017

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Fwd: [Peacectr_list] Visit to Susan Collins office, March 28,Bangor


Begin forwarded message: From: Karen Marysdaughter <ompeacectr@gmail.com> Subject: [Peacectr_list] Visit to Susan Collins office, March 28, Bangor Date: March 27, 2017 at 12:12:04 PM EDT To: “peacectr.list” <peacectr_list@lists.peacectr.org> VISIT TO SUSAN COLLINS OFFICE TUESDAY ACTION –  March 28 @ 12pm (meet outside Susan Collins Office at the Federal Building on Harlow St in Bangor at 11:45am). We […]

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27. March 2017

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C Coe presentation AFGHAN PEACE VOLUNTEERS Blue Hill Mar 31


WERU FM will air some interviews Carolyn taped in Kabul: Tuesday Mar. 28, 4:30 p.m., WERU Afghan-PV-poster-2017.pdf 58d90d155d540

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26. March 2017

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Fwd: Important meeting this WED at RFS 7 pm, Water is Life


———- Forwarded message ———-From: Carol Gregor <carolmckaingregor@gmail.com> “Our Town” Initiative, an ad hoc group working toward community self-reliance and led by Carol Gregor and Bob Jones, have invited Heather Retberg and Bonnie Preston to speak of current state legislative efforts to insure local food and water security. The evening will include a sharing about what […]

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24. March 2017

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Anti-BDS bill in Maine Legislature


Cathy Mink of Waldo has done some research on how to approach the Maine Legislature with comments and concerns about LD 882, which proposes: This bill prohibits any public entity, including the State and any of its agencies or subdivisions, from boycotting the State of Israel or contracting with or giving a grant to a person […]

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23. March 2017

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Angus King on Mr. Gorsuch


I appreciate your thoughts about the nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch to be an Associate Justice on the U.S. Supreme Court. My approach to considering Judge Gorsuch’s nomination will be consistent with my approach to considering Merrick Garland’s nomination last year: I will listen to the views he expresses before the Senate Judiciary Committee and […]

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23. March 2017

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#DefundDAPL Action Ellsworth March 24 Friday


  DEFUND DAPL ACTION Friday March 24, 4-5 pm  TD Bank, 217 High St. Ellsworth Looking for ways to fight the Dakota Access Pipeline and support the water protectors?  Our Indigenous relatives have asked us to pressure the banks that are funding the Dakota Access Pipeline to withdraw funding commitments. TD Bank is one of […]

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23. March 2017

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Let Cuba Live & Pastors for Peace, Brunswick April 22


LET CUBA LIVE   &  PASTORS FOR PEACE Curtis Memorial Library, Brunswick Saturday, April 22, 5 – 7:30 p.m. Cuban Food & Music Short Film: All Guantanamo is Ours Speaker: John Waller, National Coordinator for Pastors for Peace Caravan to Cuba           Please join us for this special event to learn  WHY […]

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23. March 2017

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Fwd: Reversing Falls to host Bruce Gagnon, Mar.26


From: Gary Vencill <garyvencill@gmail.com> Bruce Gagnon at Reversing Falls Sanctuary 818 Bagaduce Rd., Brooksville Sunday, March 26 at 4 p.m. speaking on “The Making of a Peace Activist: from Living Behind  the Barbed Wire Fences to Climbing over Them” Bruce Gagnon is co-founder and coordinator of the Global Network against Weapons and Nuclear Power in […]

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22. March 2017

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Collins on Gorsuch (why am I not surprised)


Thank you for contacting me to express your concerns about confirming Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court. I appreciate your taking the time to do so. Over the past thirty years, the handling of SCOTUS vacancies has become increasingly contentious, and this time is no exception. It is the constitutional duty of the Senate […]

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22. March 2017

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The best Senate confirmation realism performance I’ve everheard


Senator Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) gave introductory remarks in the Judiciary Committee hearings that just knocked my socks off (and my socks are on pretty tight). He goes through an almost endless litany of the 5-4 decisions in which the five has been all the Republicans on the Court, decisions involving voting rights favoring Republicans (6-0), […]

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