If you haven't yet, check out our new video and resource page on Maine's anti-bullying law. October is National Bullying Prevention Month and we want to make sure that every student in Maine knows that they have rights when it comes to bullying at school.
Chcek it out and pass it on to friends, family, and anyone else who might benefit from seeing it:
Every student has the right to go to school and not be bullied. Let's make sure they know the law has their back.
The Nation columnist Katha Pollitt just released her new book, Pro: Reclaiming Abortion Rights. In the book, Pollitt attempts to tell some truths about abortion. She opens the book by addressing how common and widespread abortion has been:
Last week, Michael Botticelli, acting director of the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy, made the exciting announcement that Maine would be receiving $7.5 million dollars to fight substance abuse through community education and treatment programs. In our letter to the editor ...more
Earlier this week, we renewed our call for a shift in Maine’s drug policy priorities in response to an announcement that Maine will receive $900,000 from the federal government to ramp up the war on drugs in this state, specifically focusing on meth-related arrests. ...more