Greg Kesich

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Our panel of editorial page editors returns to discuss the latest news making Maine headlines—from the closely contested and hugely expensive U.S. Senate race between Susan Collins and Sara Gideon, to Collins' role in the controversy over filling Justice Ginsburg's Supreme Court seat, to the latest on the pandemic in Maine.


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We discuss the top stories and issues in Maine from the month of July, including: the fatal shark attack;  protests over racial justice; the primary election; and tthe state's ongoing struggle to balance public health and economic health in the face of the pandemic. Also, Senator Angus King joins us for an update on national news, including stimulus aid.


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Our panel of editorial page editors returns to discuss the news of the past month, including: controversy over re-opening Maine's economy; how Governor Mills and Maine CDC are handling the response to the epidemic; widespread job loss and unemployment fraud; what's happening with the U.S. Census; and more.


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Our panel of Maine editorial page editors join us to discuss the top issues they are covering during this ongoing crisis, as well as the stories that have affected people throughout Maine in the past month.


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This is the second segment of a special two-hour Maine Calling, as we continue to cover the fallout of the COVID-19 emergency in Maine. For the first segment, click here.

Our editorial page editors return to discuss how their papers are covering the coronavirus crisis and what issues matters most to Mainers.


Decade in Review: The Top News in Maine from 2010 to 2020

Jan 27, 2020
Bangor Daily News

Our panel of editorial page editors returns to discuss the top Maine news stories of the past decade, from the election of Govs. Paul LePage and Janet Mills and Sen. Susan Collins' growing national profile to legalization of gay marriage and marijuana, the decline of Maine's fisheries, the rise in tourism and more.


Bangor Daily News

Our panel of editorial page editors returns to discuss the top Maine news stories of the past decade, from the election of Govs. Paul LePage and Janet Mills and Sen. Susan Collins' growing national profile to legalization of gay marriage and marijuana, the decline of Maine's fisheries, the rise in tourism and more.

Month in Review: The Top News Stories in Maine from October

Oct 30, 2019
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Our panel of Maine editorial page editors returns to discuss the news that made Maine headlines in October. Issues we may discuss include: views on the impeachment inquiry, 2nd District Congressional Race update, local elections, and other news from around the state. 

  

 

Bangor Daily News

Our panel of Maine editorial page editors returns to discuss the news that made Maine headlines in September. Issues we may discuss include Maine delegation's reaction to the impeachment inquiry; the Farmington explosion; Gov. Mills speaks out at the United Nations Climate Action Summit; ranked-choice voting; lobsterman and right whales and anti-vaccination petition signatures.

Mal Leary / Maine Public

Our panel of editorial page editors joins us to discuss the news that made headlines in May, as well as the other stories that grabbed their attention. 


Robert Bukaty / Associated Press

Our panel of editorial page editors returns to discuss the news that made Maine headlines in April.

Susan Young, editorial page editor, Bangor Daily News

Ben Bragdon, editorial page editor, Kennebec Journal

Greg Kesich, editorial page editor, Portland Press Herald

Fred Bever / Maine Public

Our panel of Maine editorial page editors returns to discuss the news that made Maine headlines in March.

 


Maine Public

Our panel of editorial page editors returns to discuss the Maine headlines in February, including the first Governor Mills budget, the LePage Administration’s spending at Trump’s DC hotel, and the latest on the CMP corridor project.


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Our panel of editorial page editors discuss the news that made the Maine headlines in January – from the work of the legislature, the new Mills administration appointees, the latest on the federal government shutdown, and, of course, the ice disk.


The Month in Review: November's Top News Stories in Maine

Nov 30, 2018
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Our panel of editorial page editors returns to discuss the election results, Medicaid expansion, and the other stories that made the Maine headlines in November.

Guests: 

Susan Young, editorial page editor, Bangor Daily News

Greg Kesich, editorial page editor, Portland Press Herald/Maine Sunday Telegram

Ben Bragdon, editorial page editor, Kennebec Journal/Morning Sentinel, Central Maine Sunday

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