Maine

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News Releases for Maine

LATEST LURC SETTLEMENT IS "LAST HURRAH" FOR ENFORCEMENT

Budget and Staffing Cuts Preclude Corporate Cases in Future

NAVY WHISTLEBLOWER CHALLENGES TERMINATION

Cutler Environmental Specialist Seeks Federal Protection

JUNKYARD OWNER THREATENING STATE INSPECTORS

Employee Group Asks DA to Take Action

NAVY BOMBING RIGHT WHALE FEEDING GROUNDS

Operations Occur as Congress Considers Environmental Exemptions

ALLAGASH WILDERNESS WATERWAY NAMED ONE OF AMERICA'S MOST ENDANGERED RIVERS

After years of neglectful management, legislature considers removing wilderness protections

BUREAU OF PARKS AND LANDS REVERSES STANCE ON LAW ENFORCEMENT

Park Rangers and Managers to Receive Law Enforcement Training

LURC REVOKES ALLAGASH BRIDGE PERMIT

Logging Company Does Not Own Henderson Brook Bridge

STATE DIRECTOR LEAVING THE LAND USE REGULATION COMMISSION

Maine PEER Calls For Effectiveness Study

ENVIRONMENTAL AGENCY MISHANDLED TOXIC MATERIALS

State Employees At Risk

SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT REACHED IN ALLAGASH WHISTLEBLOWER CASE

Former Waterway Supervisor Feels "Vindicated"

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