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Declaration of Independence

IN CONGRESS, July 4, 1776… A DECLARATION

IN CONGRESS, July 4, 1776. The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America, When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and […]

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Protecting the Integrity of Maine’s Elections: Election-Day Registration in Maine

Free and open elections are the cornerstone of our democracy.  A free and open election is one where every vote counts, and no vote is counted as less

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Report Shows Maine Voting System Inadequate to Support Election Day Registration

“Honor System” is not a reasonable way to manage 972,000 registrations

The Maine Heritage Policy Center (MHPC) released a report today showing that steps must

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Poll Shows Majority Support for Ending Same-Day Voter Registration, Requiring Photo ID

Most Believe Protecting Against Fraud More Important Than Increasing Turnout.

A decision by the Legislature to end the practice of same-day voter registration in Maine has

Focus on Liberty

Portland Event – “In the Name of Liberty: Defending your Rights to Private Property, Free Speech and Personal Freedom”

“In the Name of Liberty:

Focus on Liberty

Bangor Event – “In the Name of Liberty: Defending Your Rights to Private Property, Free Speech and Personal Freedom”

 

“In the Name of Liberty:

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The Case Against ObamaCare

In March 2010, nearly half the states’ attorneys general filed suit against the federal government on behalf of their respective states[1] to block key provisions of the

Clean Elections Violates Free Speech

Judge’s Decision Upholding Free Speech Abuses Appealed to First Circuit Court

A ruling last Friday by Federal District Court Judge George Singal upholding unconstitutional provisions of the Maine Clean Elections Act has been appealed to the federal First Circuit

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Think Tank Threatens Lawsuit Unless Portland City Council Reverses Decision

Today, Tarren Bragdon, chief executive officer of The Maine Heritage Policy Center, David Crocker, director of their Center for Constitutional Government, and Matthew Rand, a 19-year-old summer resident

Complaint Against The Maine Municipal Association

Read the full text | The complaint filed in the Kennebec County Superior Court against the Maine Municipal Association in regard to their use of public money