As the massive corporate income tax break progresses, families in Maine are lagging behind
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A $ 80 million tax break, earmarked only for profitable businesses, affects Maine legislation. On this week’s podcast, Ben, Esther, and Mike discuss the corporate lobbying that led us to this point, the major competing priorities that are being left behind, and how Mainers can hear their voices.
Also: MaineHealth (including hospitals) has vaccinated staff who are not involved in patient care, in violation of CDC guidelines, including some who are involved in union breaks.
Plus: The first arguments of the second impeachment of former President Donald Trump.
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