News of the rally has been in all the papers and online. In an online article in Portland Around Town stated that, “Hundreds of people participated in the NAACP’s Martin Luther King Day march on Monday, many saying they participated to show Governor Paul LePage that his comments about the NAACP Friday were inappropriate.

On Friday, LePage told a reporter asking him to respond to the NAACP’s concerns that he had turned down multiple invitations, including those to its Martin Luther King day breakfast and dinner, “Tell them to kiss my butt.”  Read more by clicking on the link above.

Message from Maine Can Do Better

Thanks to the Affordable Care Act, children can no longer be denied coverage for pre-existing conditions; insurance companies can no longer yank someone’s coverage when they get sick; young people can stay on their parent’s plans until they’re 26; everyone is eligible for free preventable care coverage and seniors pay less for prescription drugs.

Unfortunately, the Affordable Care Act is under attack. Maine Governor Paul LePage and Maine Attorney General William Schneider plan to have the State of Maine join a politically motivated lawsuit against the Affordable Care Act. The U.S. House of Representatives is holding a vote to repeal the Affordable Care Act and a bill has been submitted to the Maine Legislature that would make it illegal to enforce the Affordable Care Act.  If successful, these partisan steps to undermine this landmark health care reform puts the health care of thousands of Mainers in jeopardy.

Come to show your support.

 

 

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