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October 20: Politics and Public Health

November means two things in Maine, Hunting Season and Elections.

This year voters have the opportunity to select our next governor, representatives for two congressional districts, the entire state house of representatives and state senate, numerous local offices, three statewide referenda. This is a big election year and is shaping up to be a show-down of radically different views of our future and the role of government in our lives. What is the role of Maine’s government in health care access and quality, tackling our rising problems with chronic diseases, keeping our environment clean and promoting healthy lifestyles?

Join us on Wednesday, October 20 at 10:00 AM for a dialog about Politics and Public Health. We’ll meet with candidates for a dialogue about public health priorities in Maine and the role of our state government in setting policy, providing services and helping Maine to be a healthier state.
Common Health airs the third Wednesday of every month from 10:00 – 11:00 AM only on WERU 89.9 FM. Learn more at www.commonhealth.org.

We invite your calls and email with questions and comments.


 

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Guests

Richard Rosen  www.senatorrichardrosen.com
Senator Richard Rosen is serving his third term in the Maine Senate, where he represents District 31, which includes twenty two communities in Penobscot and Hancock Counties. Senator Rosen was first elected to the Maine Legislature in 1998 as a member of the House of Representatives. In the House, he served as a member of the Committee on Utilities and Energy and as the Republican lead on the Appropriations and Financial Affairs Committee, as well as a member of the Economic Growth Council.

Jim Schatz www.jimschatzforsenate.com

Representative Schatz is serving his third term in the House of Representatives. He is a member of the Legislature’s Committee on State and Local Government as well as the Committee on Criminal Justice and Public Safety. He is seeking election to the Maine Senate District 28.

Lynne Williams www.lynnewilliams2010.org

A member of the Bar Harbor Planning Board, she served previously on the Bar Harbor Conservation Commission. She has served on the Family Advisory Committee of the Maine Department of Health and Human Service’s Children with Special Health Care Needs program, as well as on the board of directors of  Different Abilities, an program assisting people with disabilities. She is seeking election to Maine Senate District 28.

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