I am outraged at Gov. Paul LePage’s latest attention-grabbing ploy.

The governor wanted the mural removed because he doesn’t want to give an impression of bias favoring labor over business?

Who does he think supports the businesses, if not the laborers? Does he believe that he can rewrite history by removing the visual struggles of the workers depicted on the canvas?

Or is this one step closer to removing the bargaining rights of state workers?

Count me as part of the 61 percent of Mainers who didn’t vote for LePage, and I’m proud of it.

Patricia Bamford-Crilley


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