Maine Bill Takes On NSA Spying with Transpartisan Support

AUGUSTA, Maine (March 2, 2015) – A bill filed in the Maine Senate late last week represents a transpartisan effort taking on the surveillance state. The legislation would not only support efforts to turn off NSA’s water in states where a physical NSA facility is located, but would also have immediate practical effects on how surveillance is used in some situations.

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Maine Action Alert: Help Legalize Industrial Hemp, Nullify the Federal Ban: Support LD4 and LD119

In 2009, Governor Baldacci signed LD1159 into law, which authorized industrial hemp farming and production provided that Federal law authorized the same. LD4 and LD119 were introduced for 2015, removing that requirement and authorizing full-scale hemp production in Maine without federal permission.

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Maine Take Steps to Nullify Federal Prescription Drug Ban

Maine becomes one of the first states to nullify the federal prescription drug import ban to provide their residents with the option of ordering direct mail affordable prescriptions from licensed pharmacies in Canada, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, the Commonwealth of Australia and New Zealand.

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