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    Committee hearing for bill inspired by Sukeforth couple from Albion - Staff photo by Michael G. Seamans | of | Share this photo

    Richard Sukeforth sits for a portrait at his daughter's mobile home in Holden on Friday. Sukeforth has been living there since he was evicted from his home in 2015.

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    Madeline Malisa, deputy counsel and senior policy adviser for the LePage administration, spoke in favor of LD 1629, An Act to Protect the Elderly from Tax Lien Foreclosures, at a hearing of the Joint Standing Committee on Taxation at the State House in Augusta on Thursday.

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    Machias Selectman Kenneth Davis, seated beside Marcia Hayward and Tanya Brazil, waits to speak during a hearing for LD 1629, An Act to Protect the Elderly from Tax Lien Foreclosures, during a hearing with the Joint Standing Committee on Taxation at the State House in Augusta on Thursday.

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    Committee hearing for bill inspired by Sukeforth couple from Albion - Staff photo by Michael G. Seamans | of | Share this photo

    Richard Sukeforth sits for a portrait at his daughter's mobile home in Holden on Friday. Sukeforth has been living there since he was evicted from his home in 2015.

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    Attorney Leo Delicata of Legal Services for the Elderly, spoke in favor of LD 1629, An Act to Protect the Elderly from Tax Lien Foreclosures, during a hearing with the Joint Standing Committee on Taxation at the State House in Augusta on Thursday.

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    David Little, deputy treasurer for the City of Bangor, spoke out against LD 1629, An Act to Protect the Elderly from Tax Lien Foreclosures, during a hearing with the Joint Standing Committee on Taxation at the State House in Augusta on Thursday.

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    Suzette Francis, treasurer and tax collector for the town of Lubec, listens to testimony during a hearing for LD 1629, An Act to Protect the Elderly from Tax Lien Foreclosures, during a hearing with the Joint Standing Committee on Taxation at the State House in Augusta on Thursday.

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    Rep. Ellie Espling, R-New Gloucester, who sponsored the bill for Gov. Paul LePage, waits to speak on behalf of LD 1629, An Act to Protect the Elderly from Tax Lien Foreclosures, during a hearing with the Joint Standing Committee on Taxation at the State House in Augusta on Thursday.

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    Rep. Gary Hilliard, left, and Rep. Bruce Bickford listen to testimony both for and against LD 1629, An Act to Protect the Elderly from Tax Lien Foreclosures, during a hearing with the Joint Standing Committee on Taxation at the State House in Augusta on Thursday.

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    Committee hearing for bill inspired by Sukeforth couple from Albion - Staff photo by Michael G. Seamans | of | Share this photo

    Richard Sukeforth sits for a portrait at his daughter's mobile home in Holden on Friday. Sukeforth has been living there since he was evicted from his home in 2015.

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