November 29, 2012

Federal court rules in LePage's favor in mural case

The judge says critics of the labor mural's removal can show their displeasure at the ballot box, if they so choose.

By Eric Russell erussell@pressherald.com
Staff Writer

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This file photo shows a mural depicting Maine's labor history. A federal appeals court has upheld a ruling that Gov. Paul LePage was within his rights to remove the 11-panel mural from a state office building.

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