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Aaron Frey: Maine's Attorney General Discusses Top Issues, from Opioids to Tribal Rights to Criminal Justice

Aaron Frey
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Rep. Aaron Frey, D-Bangor acknowledges applause after he was elected to be Maine's next attorney general, Wednesday, Dec., 5, 2018, at the State House in Augusta, Maine. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty)

Maine Attorney General Aaron Frey joins us to discuss the top issues his office is handling, including: new criminal justice laws; the Purdue lawsuit and opioid response; tribal rights; public school funds; civil rights and more. He'll also update us on the effects of the pandemic on work ranging from homicide prosecution to consumer protection.

Aaron Frey, attorney general for the state of Maine, currently serving his second two-year term; lawyer and former legislator in Maine’s House of Representatives; he is from Bangor
VIP Callers:
Kirk Francis, chief, Penobscot Indian Nation
Meagan Sway, policy director, ACLU of Maine
Rep. Charlotte Warren, legislator in Maine's House of Representatives (Dist 84 – Hallowell, Manchester and West Gardiner); House chair of the Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee

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