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    Opponents of CMP transmission project rally in Augusta - Portland Press Herald photo by Shawn Patrick Ouellette | of | Share this photo

    Protestors at the Say NO to NECEC Rally in Augusta Friday. The protest against the proposed 145-mile transmission line through Maine to bring electricity to Massachusetts' residents took place outside the Department of Environmental Protection response building in Augusta.

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    A crowd participates in the Say NO to NECEC Rally in Augusta Friday. The protest against the proposed 145-mile transmission line through Maine to bring electricity to Massachusetts' residents took place outside the Department of Environmental Protection response building in Augusta.

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    Kimberly Lyman, a whitewater rafting guide from Caratunk, speaks out against CMP's New England Clean Energy Connect, a 145-mile transmission line through Maine to bring electricity to Massachusetts' residents, during the Say NO to NECEC Rally in Augusta Friday.

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    Kathy Barkley of Caratunk holds a sign saying "Don't Rout our Native Trout!" during the Say NO to NECEC Rally in Augusta Friday. The protest against the proposed 145-mile transmission line through Maine to bring electricity to Massachusetts' residents took place outside the Department of Environmental Protection response building in Augusta.

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