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Paul L. Letourneau, Attorney at Law

Paul Letourneau has a law practice in South Portland (ME)
(207)767-1788
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33 Evans Street, South Portland, ME 04106
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    Cumberland: South Portland
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    One for the little guys
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    Another needless death in America's long, failed war on drugs
    Baltimore Sun That quest led me to the newly formed Law Enforcement Against Prohibition (LEAP), an international nonprofit organization for law enforcement professionals embarking on journeys similar to mine, where I have served as executive director for the past ... more »
    Obamacare's big question: What's it going to cost me?
    Mid Columbia Tri City Herald The numbers will change in coming months as state and federal regulators use their new authority under the health care law to review rate-hike requests of 10 percent or more and insurers vary their rate proposals based on competitors' prices. The new ... more »
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