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Pedestrian Deaths in Portland are No Accident

Pedestrian Deaths in Portland are No Accident

Earlier this week, in broad daylight, 44-year-old cyclist Christina Holt was killed in a collision with a motor vehicle in downtown Portland. This continues a tragic trend in Maine, as well as nationwide, of a rapid increase in pedestrian deaths,...

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On the Line with Striking Machinists

On the Line with Striking Machinists

This piece was drafted on March 25, when Maine DSA members joined the picket line in solidarity with striking machinists at Cummins Inc. Pine & Roses is happy to report that after nearly two months on strike, the workers voted to ratify a new...

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Fake Abortion Clinics in Maine

Fake Abortion Clinics in Maine

For someone experiencing an unexpected pregnancy in Maine, there appears to be ample women’s health clinics to choose from to discuss options. However, at least twelve of these clinics are not what they appear to be. Fake abortion clinincs,...

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Author Hadas Thier to Speak!

Author Hadas Thier to Speak!

All are welcome to join the April 13th, 6 pm conversation with Hadas Thier hosted by Maine DSA’s Political Education Committee. RSVP here for the Zoom details. Hadas Thier frames her popular book, A People’s Guide to Capitalism (Haymarket, 2021),...

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Ukraine Series #3: DSA Statement on Ukraine

Ukraine Series #3: DSA Statement on Ukraine

This is the third installment of our Ukraine Series, a number of pieces focused on the invasion of Ukraine by Russian state forces. This is all in lead-up to Maine DSA's next General Meeting on April 3, 2022, which will be a panel discussion open...

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LD 1816 to Promote Labor Education

LD 1816 to Promote Labor Education

Both the Maine House and Senate have recently passed LD 1816, An Act To Promote Labor Education through the University of Maine System. This bill would direct the University of Maine System to establish a labor and community education center at the...

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