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Zimmerman freed from Florida jail after arrest for assault George Zimmerman, who was acquitted last summer in the fatal shooting of unarmed black teenager Trayvon Martin, was released from jail on Tuesday after his arrest for an incident in which he is alleged to have pulled a shotgun on his girlfriend. By BARBARA ... 08/14/2016 - 11:58 am | View Link
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Gov. Paul LePage is facing political fallout and calls for his resignation over a profanity-laced voice mail and threatening comments directed at a state lawmaker. But what would happen if a private citizen did something like that?
On Thursday, LePage left a voice mail punctuated with obscenities for Rep. Drew Gattine, a Westbrook Democrat, after a reporter told the governor that Gattine had questioned his racially charged statements.
“I want you to record this and make it public because I am after you,” LePage said in the phone message.
Later, the governor told reporters he wished it was 1825 so he could challenge Gattine to a duel and point his gun “right between his eyes.” Democratic leaders quickly called for the governor’s resignation and some Republicans also criticized the comments.
Experts say if LePage were a private citizen, these statements might get him fired from a job, but it’s unlikely the comments would lead to criminal prosecution.
Rebecca Webber, an attorney with Skelton, Taintor and Abbott in Auburn who specializes in employment law, said comments like LePage’s that reference violence would “justify immediate termination” in most workplaces.
“Most workplaces have zero-tolerance violence policies,” she said.
It started with a simple act of kindness about five years ago.
Katie Wallace, a parent volunteer at Portland’s East End Community School, started bringing in extra snacks when she saw that a few kindergartners didn’t have anything to eat at snack time, while others ate around them. That snowballed into a food pantry at the school, then Portland designer and fellow Munjoy Hill neighbor Angela Adams came calling.
“I thought she just wanted to hear about it or write a check,” said Wallace.
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New York TimesAs Donald Trump Repels Minority Voters, GOP Fears Its Future in the WestNew York TimesCesar Aguilar, an Arizona Democratic Party volunteer, at the party's headquarters in Phoenix on Tuesday. Credit Caitlin O'Hara for The New York Times. PHOENIX — Republicans in Western states fear that Donald J. Trump could imperil their party for