Maine Governor Paul LePage on Drugs and White Women

Maine Governor Paul LePage on Drugs and White Women

Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2016, during a town hall meeting, Governor Paul LePage (R-Maine) was asked what his administration was doing about the state‚Äôs drug problem. According to The Washington Post, he first stated that there was legislation being put into place directed toward drug traffickers, then he tried to explain the reason for this new […]

Apartment Building Foundation Buckles in Lewiston Maine

Apartment Building Foundation Buckles in Lewiston Maine

Maine is experiencing heavy rain and flooding, there are thousands of without power, many others are having repeated power outages. On Jan. 10, 2016, an apartment building in Lewiston had to be evacuated when the weather proved to be too much and the foundation buckled. According to ABC News affiliate, WMTV, the building was vacated […]

Student Fights Gender Bias in School Dress Code

Student Fights Gender Bias in School Dress Code

Crop tops showing mid-drifts, tank tops showing bra straps, or no bra at all, and short shorts that show buns hanging out the bottom is against the dress code in nearly every high school in America. Nevertheless, Cat Just, a Sophomore, has taken it upon herself to fight and change what she considers to be […]

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