July 12, 2024

Maine Edition Stop The Mandate

The Maine Edition - Stop The Mandate Protest Rallies Coverage

Healthcare Freedom Rallies

August Healthcare Freedom Rallies

Augusta 15, 2021 – Stand Up For Medical Freedom Rally – Bangor, Maine

 Augusta 28, 2021 – Stop The Mandate Rally – Bangor, Maine

September Healthcare Freedom Rallies

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Status/What’s Next:

  • October 8 @ 9:00AM – Court Hearing for the lawsuit filed on the behalf of the Alliance Against Healthcare Mandates

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