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A video of then-President Donald Trump's motorcade leaving the Jan. 6 rally on the Ellipse is displayed as Cassidy Hutchinson, a former top aide to then-White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, testifies about Trump's actions on that day.
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Cassidy Hutchinson testified she asked those involved if the story was true and they did not dispute the account of Trump growing "irate" when told that he had to return to the White House.
State officials believe they’re well on their way toward a goal of installing 100,000 new heat pumps in Maine homes by 2025, but low-income households will be the toughest ones to reach.
The iconic species is being challenged by ticks and climate change. In one of the moosiest parts of Maine, nearly 90% of the calves biologists tracked last winter didn’t survive the first year.
Vehicle travel, which normally produces 54% of Maine’s greenhouse gas emissions, fell by a third during the early part of the public health crisis, according to state transportation data.
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