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In 2017, this celebratory week of April 23rd-29th offers a wonderful opportunity to recognize and thank volunteers in Maine. We implemented new programming in many communities in an effort to connect more directly with our members.

If, as I am, you are lucky enough to work with volunteers, I hope you will join me as we celebrate the accomplishments of these amazing individuals. We expanded our Age-Friendly Community Network to 30 over communities across Maine and we continue to boast more age-friendly communities than any other state in the nation. — March 7, 2017 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Contact: Jane Margesson, AARP Maine Communications Director (207) 229-5628 [email protected] Discrimination Case in Maine Important Victory for Older Workers AARP Foundation Litigation Filed Amicus Brief AUGUSTA: Today, the Maine Supreme Judicial Court reached an important decision in Scamman v.

Across the country we are asking congressional and presidential candidates to Take A Stand on Social Security- we need bold leadership to shore up this important program for the long-term. — DATE 06/28/16 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Contact: Amy Gallant (207) 318-0284 [email protected] Parham (207) 400-1026 [email protected] Maine Attending PUC Community Meetings on Deregulation of Basic Landline Telephone Service in 22 Towns, Urges Outreach to Local Residents PORTLAND: Beginning in August, Fair Point customers in 22 of Maine’s most populous towns will start to see changes in their landline telephone service as new deregulation measures are rolled out. I’m excited to share with you the latest happenings across Maine.

Welcome to the Spring Edition of the AARP Maine Newsletter!

Is there an event in your town that you think we should know about? I’m also very excited to share that we have launched a new Age-Friendly Maine Facebook page.

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Shortly we will be turning our attention to the Presidential Election.Jennifer Late 05/30/2017 Trial courts order regarding amount of child support reversed and remanded to trial court to calculate presumptive amount of child support and then determine whether application of the guidelines would be unjust or inappropriate; remainder of judgment affirmed 0308164 Charles Stanard Severance v. 02/28/2017 Commission did not err in awarding appellee an additional fee for services associated with a claimants industrial accident 0175161 Rayshawn Torrell Greer v.Commonwealth of Virginia 05/23/2017 Trial court did not err in joining the charges in the three murder cases or in sentencing appellant for two capital murders; evidence was sufficient to support convictions 1088161 Calvin Donnell Jennings v. Commonwealth of Virginia 02/21/2017 Appeal dismissed insofar as it pertains to merits of appellants conviction where notice of appeal was not timely filed regarding conviction; law of case doctrine prevents reconsideration of prior decision of this Court in this case regarding appellants sentence 0328161 Antonio Passaro, Jr. Virginia Department of State Police 02/21/2017 Trial court did not err in affirming decision of hearing officer declining to reinstate appellant to employment where hearing officer did not act contradictory to law 1460153 Raymond Louis Harvey, Jr. Commonwealth of Virginia 02/21/2017 Trial court erred in denying appellants motion to dismiss the indictments where appellants right to a speedy trial was violated and he did not waive his right to a speedy trial 1937151 Chezmin Brittany Suter v.Commonwealth of Virginia 04/11/2017 Trial court did not err in denying appellants motion to suppress where probable cause to arrest appellant did not grow stale and his seizure did not violate the Fourth Amendment 1460153 Raymond Louis Harvey, Jr. Commonwealth of Virginia 04/11/2017 Petition for rehearing en banc granted 1017163 Crystal Ann Coomer v. Commonwealth of Virginia 01/31/2017 Trial court did not err in denying appellants motion to suppress where officers entry into hotel room was reasonable under the Fourth Amendment, in finding evidence sufficient to prove obstruction of justice; any error by admitting challenged testimony regarding weight of the heroin harmless 0795152 Thomas James Synan, II v.Commonwealth of Virginia 04/04/2017 Trial court erred in finding evidence sufficient to convict appellant of felony child endangerment where there was no evidence of a substantial risk or probability of serious injury or death to the child arising from the accident and appellants actions do not rise to the level required for a felony conviction 0294163 Anthony Wade Ragland v. 03/21/2017 Trial court erred in ruling that appellant should have granted the appellees motion for a continuance; matter remanded to trial court to reinstate judgment revoking appellees license to practice medicine 0543163 Amanda Barbara Nichole Taylor v. 03/14/2017 Trial court erred in concluding decision of appellant prohibiting appellee from testifying as an expert witness at her hearing was a due process violation; lack of specific proffer as to what her expected testimony would have been does not allow Court to say that appellee suffered prejudice from the erroneous ruling 0051162 Gregory A. Commonwealth of Virginia 03/07/2017 Appellants conviction of indecent exposure third offense in ten years reversed and remanded to trial court where trial courts conviction orders do not reflect that appellant consented to a waiver of his right to trial by jury or to a bench trial as required by the Constitution 0047164 Carroll Edward Gregg, Jr. Commonwealth of Virginia 02/28/2017 Trial court erred in imposing consecutive sentences for convictions of common law involuntary manslaughter and involuntary manslaughter in violation of Code 18.2-154 as it violated the double jeopardy violation against multiple punishments for the same offense 0877161 Jeff Charles Hammer, M. Commonwealth of Virginia 01/24/2017 Trial court did not err in admitting statements under the excited utterance exception to the hearsay rule or in finding evidence to sufficient to convict appellant of malicious wounding, two counts of assault and battery, and driving under the influence 1640153 Michael Scott Coffman v.These opinions are available as Adobe Acrobat PDF documents.The Adobe Acrobat Viewer (free from Adobe) allows you to view and print PDF documents. Commonwealth of Virginia 05/30/2017 Trial court did not err in admitting two prior driving under the influence convictions from Florida to enhance appellants driving under the influence and refusal to submit to a breathalyzer charges where the Florida statutes are substantially similar to the Virginia statutes 1388164 Drew Tidwell v.The AARP Maine team of staff and volunteers worked tirelessly on your behalf in Augusta to ensure the voices of 50 Mainers were heard on a range of issues detailed in the story below. While AARP is strictly non-partisan we do ask the candidates no matter what party to take a stand on the issues that matter to 50 Mainers.AARP Maine knows that our members also love to have fun.