Monthly Archives: February 2014

Weekly Round-Up # 4: Plans, plans, plans

It’s the last week before Spring Break and we’re all looking forward to a rest. However, there are no shortage of great posts and analysis on Maine political and policy issues this week. It’s a diverse group of posts this … Continue reading

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Maine Government Students Featured in the BDN

Two of the students in POS 362-Maine Government have been featured in the Bangor Daily News commenting on issues relevant to Maine politics. Liam Nee is featured extensively in this article on Gubernatorial candidate Mike Michaud’s plan to offer Maine … Continue reading

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Weekly Round-Up # 3: It’s Legislation Time!

A late post this week. So my apologies, first and foremost. Normally, I try to get a round-up of last week’s blogposts together at the beginning of the week. This week, it’s coming at the end. But there are reasons! This week … Continue reading

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Weekly Round-up # 2: The Road to Legislation is Paved with Good Intentions

Yet another busy week in our Maine Government course. This week, we learned about the “nuts and bolts” of the Maine State Legislature and watched and reacted to the Governor’s “State of the State” Address. In addition, we were joined … Continue reading

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Weekly Round-up # 1: The Environment, Poverty, Demographics, and Spending

The last week was a busy one here at the University of Maine, with students in POS 362-Maine Government hard at work setting up their blogs and doing the research to write their first posts. In addition, we were joined … Continue reading

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