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CONCORD, N.H. - The push to legalize recreational use of marijuana has suffered a setback in New Hampshire.

AUGUSTA, Maine - Law enforcement officers would be allowed to wear veterans insignia under a proposal that has been approved by the Maine Legislature.

The Maine Legislature has sent to the governor's desk one of the strictest online privacy proposals in the country.

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Maine Democratic U.S. Rep. Chellie Pingree says she wants Congress to continue inquiries into President Donald Trump and to "move toward an impeachment inquiry."

ST. ANDREWS, New Brunswick - A group that advocates for the conservation of Atlantic salmon says the North American catch has hit an all-time low, and signs are mixed about the salmon population's health.

Maine's schools will have new safeguards to protect children from drinking water that's contaminated with lead.

AUGUSTA, Maine - Maine, the state with the oldest residents, is weighing a bill to allow adults with a terminal disease to ask for a fatal dose of prescription drugs. The Senate tabled the bill Wednesday.

AUGUSTA, Maine - A Maine hospital says it will provide parenting coaching services to mothers with the help of a new grant.

The state with the largest moose population in the 48 contiguous United States is set to issue more hunting permits for the giant animals this year.

A Maine man who was scouting fishing locations came across a rare sight: a pair of Canada lynx facing off on a dirt road.

PORTLAND, Maine - Maine fishing regulators are considering some small changes to the rules that govern the state's fishery for sea urchins.

WARREN, Maine - A Bangor man who was serving a 45-year sentence for shooting a man in the head in 1992 has died at the Maine State Prison.

Maine residents are a step closer to seeing the expansion of a tax credit designed to help workers.

HAMPDEN, Maine - A commercial waste-processing facility is due to begin operations more than a year after it was originally expected to go into service.

AUGUSTA, Maine - A newly signed Maine law calls for more advance notice of major layoffs or relocations.   The Democrat-sponsored legislation only applies to such businesses that employ at least 100 people.

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