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All Things Considered with Nora Flaherty

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Weekdays at 4 p.m. join host Nora Flaherty and hear Maine’s only daily statewide radio news program. Maine Public Radio's award-winning news staff brings you the latest news from across Maine and the region, as well as in-depth reports on the most important issues.

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Weekdays at 4 p.m. join host Nora Flaherty and hear Maine’s only daily statewide radio news program. Maine Public Radio's award-winning news staff brings you the latest news from across Maine and the region, as well as in-depth reports on the most important issues.

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Too short

By nboogie487 - Feb 06 2019
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I second what’s been said about the short segments. It would be nice to hear the whole episode

Maine Things Considered

By Deering Highlands Portland ME - Apr 29 2016
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A great way to get caught up on Maine news if you miss the live broadcast. Keep it up.

iTunes Ratings

11 Ratings
Average Ratings
5
3
2
1
0

Too short

By nboogie487 - Feb 06 2019
Read more
I second what’s been said about the short segments. It would be nice to hear the whole episode

Maine Things Considered

By Deering Highlands Portland ME - Apr 29 2016
Read more
A great way to get caught up on Maine news if you miss the live broadcast. Keep it up.
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All Things Considered with Nora Flaherty

Latest release on Jan 24, 2020

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Shalom House's Community Integration Services Shut Down Due To Stagnant Medicaid Reimbursement Rates

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A program in Portland that helped 170 people with serious mental illness live in the community has been shut down.

Jan 24 2020

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We Asked Mainers What They Think About The Senate Impeachment Trial

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After pushback from Democrats on the proposed rules for President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell did an about face Tuesday afternoon. He’s now offering three days, rather than two, for opening arguments from each side, but critics say it will still keep most Americans in the dark about the president’s actions.

Jan 22 2020

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Census Official: Mainers' Personally Identifying Data Is Confidential And Can't Be Shared

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Starting this spring, census workers will fan out across the country to confirm addresses, distribute surveys and, in some rural communities, including here in Maine, go door-to-door.

Jan 21 2020

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State Senate President Unveils Bill To Increase Access To Child Care In Maine

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Maine Senate President Troy Jackson announced a new bill Friday that he says will increase access to quality child care for Maine's most vulnerable families. It has the backing of several educators, child advocates and businesses, who say that improving child care is critical for both Maine families and for the state’s economy.

Jan 18 2020

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Utilities Commission To Open Investigation Into CMP Winter Disconnection Policies

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Maine's Public Utilities Commission (PUC) is opening an investigation into Central Maine Power’s (CMP) winter disconnection policies.

Jan 16 2020

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'Almost, Maine' Returns To The Stage In Portland

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When "Almost, Maine" opened in Portland in 2004, the play was well-received and would go on to receive mixed reviews in New York a few years later. Today, it's one of the most frequently produced plays in the United States, particularly in high school and community theaters. “Almost, Maine” playwright John Cariani, who grew up in Presque Isle, joins the cast of the latest production at Portland Stage Company in celebration of Maine's bicentennial.

Jan 16 2020

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Federal Data Show The Homeless Rate Dropped In Maine. State Advocates Say The Numbers Are Misleading

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According to federal data released earlier this month, the number of people experiencing homelessness in Maine dropped by more than 15 percent from 2018 to last year. But housing advocates say those numbers are misleading — and that decline actually reflects the fact that fewer people received some state services.

Jan 16 2020

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Vaccine Exemptions And NECEC: A Look At Two Of Maine's Biggest Election Battles

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The 2020 elections won't just be about the race for the White House, Congress or the Maine Legislature. The elections will also be about vaccinations for school children and, potentially, whether Central Maine Power should be able to build a $1 billion power line that helps Massachusetts meet its renewable energy goals.

Jan 16 2020

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Task Force Report Calls For Sweeping Changes To Maine Tribes' Relationship To State Government

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A new report is proposing sweeping changes in the way Maine’s tribes interact with state government. The findings come from a task force charged with reviewing the landmark 1980 Indian land claims act.

Jan 15 2020

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Maine Transportation Department Unveils $2.6 Billion, 3-Year Work Plan

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The Maine Department of Transportation released a three-year work plan that includes more than 2,000 projects worth nearly $2.6 billion. It also contains something else: a plea to state lawmakers to help the department fill a project backlog spurred by higher construction costs, workforce shortages and chronic underfunding.

Jan 15 2020

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