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Rebar Comments in BDN Referenda Primer

University of Maine Cooperative Extension Executive Director John Rebar was interviewed for a Bangor Daily News primer on the Nov. 6 referendum Question 2, which would authorize $7.8 million for a University of Maine animal and plant diagnostic center. The center, which would be biologically secure and allow for more sophisticated research, also would support the study and identification of invasive plant species and help protect Maine citizens from potentially threatening diseases, Rebar said.

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