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Maine labor mural flap caused $6K in spending

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PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — The state paid more than $6,000 to remove, store and ultimately relocate a labor mural that Gov. Paul LePage removed from the Maine Department of Labor building lobby, officials said. Part of the cost ended up being paid by a Republican group that tried to raise money to purchase the mural. The governor created an uproar nearly two years ago when he ordered the mural's...

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