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Rep. Henry Bear John

Lawyer

Houlton Band

HQ Phone: (207) 532-4273

Email: h***@***.com

Houlton Band

88 Bell Road

Littleton, Maine 04730

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

Lawyer
Mother Earth Lodge

Aboriginal Lawyer of the Maliseet Nation
Tobique Economic Development Corporation

Affiliations

Lawyer
Maliseet

Education



University of Maine at Presque Isle

law degree

University of New Brunswick

Web References (17 Total References)


- Henry John Bear, the ...

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- Henry John Bear, the representative for the Houlton Band of Maliseets, has filed to run as a Democrat in House District 144, which includes part of Aroostook County. He faces longtime Republican Rep.


Defending Water for Life in Maine

defendingwater.net [cached]

The bill, sponsored by the Maliseet tribe’s representative to the Legislature, Henry Bear, would add a constitutional amendment referendum question to the ballot this November, asking Maine voters if they wish to repeal the printing ban on the redacted constitutional language in Article X, Section 5.

“Right now you can’t access that section, even though it remains in force â€" you won’t see it,â€� said Bear, who became the only active tribal representative Tuesday when his Passamaquoddy and Penobscot counterparts renounced their seats in protest over Maine’s refusal to compromise on a range of jurisdictional disputes. “I think it’s essential that all parts of our constitution are legally publishable,â€� he said.
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Bear said he learned of the situation from reading “Unsettled,� a 2014 Press Herald/Sunday Telegram series.
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Bear is right in wanting to get attention to that.�


Defending Water for Life in Maine » News

defendingwater.net [cached]

The bill, sponsored by the Maliseet tribe’s representative to the Legislature, Henry Bear, would add a constitutional amendment referendum question to the ballot this November, asking Maine voters if they wish to repeal the printing ban on the redacted constitutional language in Article X, Section 5.

“Right now you can’t access that section, even though it remains in force â€" you won’t see it,â€� said Bear, who became the only active tribal representative Tuesday when his Passamaquoddy and Penobscot counterparts renounced their seats in protest over Maine’s refusal to compromise on a range of jurisdictional disputes. “I think it’s essential that all parts of our constitution are legally publishable,â€� he said.
...
Bear said he learned of the situation from reading “Unsettled,� a 2014 Press Herald/Sunday Telegram series.
...
Bear is right in wanting to get attention to that.�


The perspective of the tribes is ...

wabi.tv [cached]

The perspective of the tribes is a treaty-based perspective," said Henry Bear of the Houlton Band of Maliseet Indians.


The bill, sponsored by the ...

www.pressherald.com [cached]

The bill, sponsored by the Maliseet tribe's representative to the Legislature, Henry Bear, would add a constitutional amendment referendum question to the ballot this November, asking Maine voters if they wish to repeal the printing ban on the redacted constitutional language in Article X, Section 5.

"Right now you can't access that section, even though it remains in force - you won't see it," said Bear, who became the only active tribal representative Tuesday when his Passamaquoddy and Penobscot counterparts renounced their seats in protest over Maine's refusal to compromise on a range of jurisdictional disputes. "I think it's essential that all parts of our constitution are legally publishable," he said.
...
Bear said he learned of the situation from reading "Unsettled," a 2014 Press Herald/Sunday Telegram series.
...
Bear is right in wanting to get attention to that."
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Thanks to Representative Bear for moving this important issue forward.

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