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I intermingle personal storytelling as I dissect proposed laws and envision alternatives and advocate for decentralized regionalism as a better way.To receive new posts and support my work, consider becoming a free or paid subscriber.
In 2009, I became an independent researcher when I was searching for capital for Andersen Design to fund the transition to online markets.
My newsletter focuses on politics on the Boothbay Peninsula of Maine a story of politics and transitions that is universal.
I independently researched the Maine economic development statutes for many years which informs my writing but I am not a lawyer nor a politician. I am a voice of the people, intermingling personal storytelling, dissecting proposed laws, envisioning alternatives, and advocating for decentralized regionalism as a better way.
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