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  • Producer/Host: Jim Campbell

    Amidst the huffing and puffing that passes for government these days, you may be forgiven if you haven’t heard that the very important Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) will expire at the end of 2017 unless Congress renews it. This is a part of FISA that attempts to control, albeit to a less than optimum degree, what the NSA can and cannot do within the borders of the United States. It is a really important law that could stand improvement.

    For background info:
    aclu.org/search/section 702

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  • Producer/Host: Jim Bahoosh

    Clearer than clear

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  • “Democracy Lives in Truth” Rally & Welcoming City Resolutions in Maine

    Producer/Host: Amy Browne
    Engineer: Joel Mann

    Segment 1: Speakers at Saturday’s “Democracy Lives in Truth” rally in Bangor: Sean Faircloth, Kimberly Hammill, Stacy Leafsong and James Varner The rally and march that preceded it were hosted by Mainers for Accountable Leadership and cosponsored by Indivisible: Bangor, Standing For The Common Good, Bangor Racial and Economic Justice Coalition, Food AND Medicine Peace and the Justice Center of Eastern Maine.
    Mainers for Accountable Leadership www.facebook.com/groups/223438051414968/
    Indivisible: Bangor www.facebook.com/groups/indivisiblebangor/
    Standing for the Common Good www.facebook.com/groups/245994745824081/
    Bangor Racial & Economic Justice Coalition www.facebook.com/BangorREJC/
    Peace & Justice Center of Eastern Maine www.facebook.com/Peace-Justice-Center-of-Eastern-Maine-102131166536360/
    Food AND Medicine: www.facebook.com/foodandmedicineme/

    Segment 2: Several towns in Maine have joined others across the country in adopting what are known as “Welcoming City” resolutions. Today we’re going to talk with some of the organizers: Nicolle Littrell of Belfast, Becca Shaw Glaser of Rockland, Elisabeth Goodridge of Appleton and Betsy Sweet of Hallowell.
    Details on Belfast’s petition for a resolution: www.change.org/p/please-sign-to-support-adoption-of-this-resolution-to-make-belfast-maine-a-welcoming-city-for-all
    BelFem (group organizing Belfast’s efforts to pass a resolution): www.facebook.com/belfemgroup
    Village Soup article about Rockland’s resolution passing: knox.villagesoup.com/p/rockland-council-oks-diversity-resolve/1632942
    Appleton’s Resolution reads:
    “Appleton is a home to people from all walks of life, whose heritage and origins are diverse, and is a community whose well-being depends on the security, serenity, and mutual respect of all its citizens.
    Therefore, Appleton is resolved to respect the dignity of all people, promote civil discourse, and honor diversity in all forms. We as a town and individuals will work to make our community a place where all people feel safe in their homes, on the streets, in our schools, and within the community at large.
    Appleton is resolved to be a community where all people are welcome.”

    Maine Currents- independent local news, views and culture, every Wednesday at 4pm on WERU-FM and weru.org

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  • Producer/Host: Duncan Newcomer

    Horse Sense

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  • Producers/Hosts: Mike Joyce
    Engineer: Joel Mann

    Program Topic: Captaining the Sunbeam

    Key Discussion Points:
    a) global warming and sea level rise
    b) mission of the Maine Seacoast Mission
    c) handling a big boat

    guest: Capt. Mike Johnson Maine Seacoast Mission

    FMI: sealevel.nasa.gov/

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  • Producer/Host: Larry Dansinger

    Under the Bus

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  • Make Me
    CJ Kenna | Producer + Writer/Performer

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  • Producer/Host: R.W. Estela

    Pushing down . . . or pushing up?

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