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Fired Maine border officer wins $285000 settlement - Press Herald

Fired Maine border officer wins $285000 settlement
Press Herald
A former U.S. Customs and Border Protection officer in Maine has received a $285,000 settlement payment from the government after filing a federal lawsuit last year against the Department of Homeland Security. Rebecca Albert Carnot. Courtesy Rebecca
Former border officer from Rangeley settles harassment suit for $285000Lewiston Sun Journal
Ex-Maine Border Officer Settles Suit Against DHSWABI

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$400000 to aid victims of human trafficking in southern Maine - Bangor Daily News

$400000 to aid victims of human trafficking in southern Maine
Bangor Daily News
PORTLAND, Maine — A coalition led by social service agency Preble Street has received a $400,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Justice to provide services for victims of human trafficking in Cumberland and York counties. With the two-year grant
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Maine trying to stop sex trafficking; Portland social service agency gets The Republic
Portland coalition takes aim at human traffickingThe Forecaster
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President of Hardy Girls Healthy Women - Bangor Daily News

President of Hardy Girls Healthy Women
Bangor Daily News
The president, based in Portland, Maine, will join 13-year-old Hardy Girls at a critical juncture in its history. The organization is poised for significant growth, supported by a board that is creating the conditions for expansion. The organization

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Daily Journal
The Portland Press Herald says efforts in Maine to identify the problem began in 2011 with the formation of the Greater Portland Coalition Against Trafficking and Exploitation. Mark Swann from Preble Street says a survey of 80 homeless women and girls
Maine trying to stop sex trafficking; Portland social service agency gets The Republic
New grant helps fight sex trafficking in MaineWCSH-TV
Preble Street receives grant to fight sex traffickingPress Herald

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New York, Delaware oppose Maine plan to loosen smog rules - Press Herald

New York, Delaware oppose Maine plan to loosen smog rules
Press Herald
AUGUSTA — Delaware and New York are opposing Maine's proposal to loosen its anti-smog regulations, claiming it violates federal law and undermines efforts to reduce ozone and other air pollution in eastern states. on improving air quality and

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Local & State Dispatches - Press Herald

Local & State Dispatches
Press Herald
A crash involving three vehicles snarled rush-hour traffic Monday evening on Marginal Way and sent a Portland woman to the hospital with injuries that were not life-threatening, Portland police said. Lt. Gary Hutcheson said 23-year-old Jacob Gold of

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Home sales in Maine rise sharply - Press Herald

Home sales in Maine rise sharply
Press Herald
In the Portland area, limited inventory prompted buyers to act quickly in making purchase decisions, said Ed Gardner of Ocean Gate Realty and the Greater Portland Board of Realtors. The Bangor area has more homes for sale, said Angelia Levesque of
Maine homes sales jump nearly 25 percent in SeptemberBangor Daily News

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