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Bill to Allow for Legal Apprenticeships Receives Ought to Pass Vote from Maine’s Judiciary Committee

L.D. 1352 would allow for study under a supervising attorney to be eligible to take the Maine Bar Exam, similar to Vermont’s Law Office Study Program AUGUSTA, ME- Yesterday, members of the Judiciary committee voted “Ought to Pass as Amended” for L.D. 1352, An Act to Remove the Barriers to Becoming a Lawyer. The vote […]

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Bill to have Maine citizens directly elect Constitutional Officers to have Public Hearings

STATE HOUSE– With the actions and accountability of Maine’s Attorney General in the news, two bills to have voters directly elect Maine’s Constitutional Officers will have Public Hearings this week. They are being sponsored by Rep. John Andrews (R-Paris). A third bill, sponsored by Rep. David Boyer (R-Poland) seeks to ensure the will of the

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Bills to reinstate Covid-19 vaccine exemptions to be heard on “Medical Freedom” Day

STATE HOUSE – The Joint Standing Committee on Education and Cultural Affairs is scheduled to hold Public Hearings on six bills on, what is being billed by supporters as, “Medical Freedom Day” at the Legislature. Collectively, they propose to ensure access to education for all students by reinstating religious and philosophical exemptions for COVID-19 vaccines

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Veterans and Legal Affairs Republicans vote to provide “no cost” Maine I.D.s in state budget

STATE HOUSE – House Republicans on the Joint Standing Committee on Veterans and Legal Affairs Committee moved to include $500,000 in the state budget to cover the cost of Maine identification cards for those who do not have one, or cannot afford one. They were joined by three Democrats, making the recommendation to the Appropriations Committee

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