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Camden voters will decide on our June ballot if they want to allow two adult-use marijuana stores in town. I proposed this ordinance change as one of the owners of Botany, a high-end, locally owned, boutique marijuana company. Our first store…

Imagine not knowing where your next meal is coming from, or when. Wondering if you have enough gas in your car to drive to the local food pantry or soup kitchen. Or maybe just hoping the car will get there and back in one piece. It’s hard for…

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Rep. Bill Pluecker responds to a recent editorial and news coverage about a bill he co-sponsored.

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It’s about whether you trust your government to post notices of important actions and meetings on its own websites or whether you think we need a way to make sure these are posted somewhere else, by a party that is not actively involved in the meetings, proposals and election politics being …

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The Citizens Against Residential Mining Activity (CARMA) write in response to a mining company aiming to prospect for minerals in Warren and Union.

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David on balloons, real estate and the service industry. David Grima is a former editor with Courier Publications. He can be reached at

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