Three Bills Aim to Right Maine’s Wrongs to Wabanaki Tribes

Maine legislators have an opportunity to reset and reframe the state’s relationship with the Wabanaki people

Penobscot River Maine

Among the bills under consideration is one that would establish a commission to review state-owned lands and waterways of significance to Maine's tribes – waterways like the Penobscot River (above). Photo: Ecophotograhy

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