Maine Policy Matters
Maine Policy Matters is the official podcast of the Margaret Chase Smith Policy Center. Using articles and commentaries from Maine Policy Review as a starting point, the podcast explores the policy issues in Maine. Our title reinforces the mission, vision, and values of the Margaret Chase Smith Policy Center to inform public policy processes and promote civil discourse to solve the critical issues facing Maine and the nation.
The two episodes of Season 1 include a discussion on universal basic income and an interview with Linda Silka, executive editor of Maine Policy Review.
Season 3 of Maine Policy Matters kicks off on January 17, 2023. Here’s a list of upcoming episodes.
- Maine and Offshore Wind Development, January 17, 2023
- What Does the Future Hold for Maine’s Lobster Industry? January 31, 2023
- Winter Roads, Salt, and the Slippery Slope, February 14, 2023
- Antiracist Public Policy in Maine: Reflecting on a Troubling Past for a Better Future , February 28, 2023
- 200 Years of Maine Forests: Navigating Vacationland, March 14, 2023
- Empowering Maine Women through Community Leadership, March 28, 2023
- The Tale of Maine’s Public Lots: Loss and Recovery, April 11, 2023
- Drug-related Mortality in Maine (Interview) April 25, 2023
- Making Maine More Attractive to Young People, May 9, 2023
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