Maine Passes Law to Help Sick Lobstermen Keep Licenses

A new law in Maine is designed to help lobster fishermen who develop major illnesses keep their licenses active. The bill allows lobstermen who get a temporary medical waiver to fish on days they feel well enough to do so, and they can designate a qualified relative to fish using their license when they do not. Democratic Gov. Janet Mills signed the bill into law last week. >click to read<09:34

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