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Feeling connected to the decisions being made and events happening in Augusta that are shaping our future can be difficult for those of us living in Maine's island and coastal communities. In this section of Hannah Pingree's site we intend to provide a venue of communication that will hopefully begin to bridge the gap between the decision makers in our capitol and those thier actions affect. Email Hannah with news of which you'd like your neighbors to be aware— we'll post it here.

Recently Enacted Bills
Every August, ninety days after the Legislature adjourns, the new laws passed the previous session legally take effect. Get the rundown on the changes and accomplishments of the 122rd session... 10.01.06 »

Grant Targets Medical Records
Maine could well be one of the first states in the nation to have the medical records of its citizens available instantly to doctors in an emergency. That $50 million effort was pushed forward Monday when the Maine Health Access Foundation awarded a $100,000 grant to the Maine Health Information Center in Manchester... 04.26.05 »

N.H. Sinking in Sewage [and Maine is Taking Delivery]
...Right now, the state relies on Massachusetts and Maine to take one quarter of its septage, or 25 million gallons annually... is studying whether to build an outfall pipe into the Gulf of Maine to deal with the region's future sewage needs... 02.28.05 »

Governor Baldacci Released from Hospital After Re-Injuring Broken Rib
Gov. John Baldacci was released from Maine GeneralMedical Center on Saturday after being hospitalized for re-injuring one of the ribs he broke earlier this month after slipping on ice. 02.27.05 »

Gay Rights Issue Revived
"When people are being discriminated against -- it may not be Italian-Americans, it may not be Irish-Americans, it may not be Franco-Americans," Baldacci said Friday. "But when they are picking against one, they are picking against all of us." 02.26.05 »

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Hannah Pingree OnlineHannah Pingree is the House Representative of Maine District 36 covering Brooklin, Deer Isle, Frenchboro, Isle au Haut, part of Mount Desert, North Haven, Stonington, Swans Island and Tremont and Vinalhaven. Paid for by the Committee to Re-Elect Hannah Pingree, Foy W. Brown, Treasurer. Logo by Amy Fischer Designs of Camden, Maine.