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Maine appeals court rules against NOM on donor list

An appeals court on Tuesday upheld Maine’s campaign disclosure law that requires the National Organization for Marriage (NOM) to release its donor list, though the group plans to take the case to the U.S. Supreme Court. The decision pertains to

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Maine same-sex marriage activists seek voter support

Supporters of same-sex “marriage”, led by the group Equality Maine in Portland, plan to announce next week whether they will submit signatures needed to place a question on the Pine Tree State ballot this November. Betsy Smith, executive director of

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Maine, New Hampshire disagree on gambling

Two neighboring New England states took two very different paths as far as expanded gambling, with New Hampshire moving closer while Maine stopped additional expansion. On Tuesday, voters in Maine decisively defeated two different referendum questions that would have opened

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Despite rejection, gay activists to try again in Maine

Not even two years ago, in November 2009, voters in Maine went to the polls and rejected same-sex “marriage,” something thrust upon them by a legislature and governor that didn’t listen to them. Fifty-three percent of voters endorsed natural marriage,

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Mainers fighting new casinos

  The fight in Massachusetts over expanded predatory gambling is ongoing as the power players on Beacon Hill meet behind clothes doors. Meanwhile in Maine, gambling interests had been pressuring the governor and legislature to approve a casino without putting

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