Nationally, 51 percent of women in the general population have unintended pregnancies, but women with substance-use disorders have much higher rates – nearly 80 percent, according to the American Society of Addiction Medicine.
In the latest installment of The Maine Trust Project, Bates College professor Myron Beasley explains the cultural importance of trust in today’s society and why divisive political rhetoric is one of his biggest concerns.
With control in the Legislature and Janet Mills in the Blaine House, Maine Democrats shift their focus to implementing Medicaid expansion and executing a blue agenda.
Tired of the deteriorating state of civility in Maine, Terry Hayes believes her independent candidacy for governor will resonate with voters
Janet Mills believes family legacy and a career in law have prepared her to become Maine’s first female governor
Having never held public office, Shawn Moody brings common-sense business ideals to his campaign for the Blaine House
Alan Caron decided to quit the race weeks ago but strategically stayed in it so that he could garner more attention when he ultimately endorsed Janet Mills.
Fed up with a lack of civility in modern politics, more women in Maine are running for state office than ever before.
As the first candidate running as a member of the Maine Socialist Party, Maia Dendinger believes Mainers are being limited by the current two-party system.
Kylie Bragdon won’t object to being called driven – it’s quite obvious that she is. Bragdon is a principal, a lobsterwoman and she just completed her doctorate at the University in New England. Now she’s running for a seat in Maine state House.