#OccupyMaine gets bad news from judge on its 4-month birthday

The protest that started in Monument Square on October 1 turns four months old today, and this morning Maine Superior Court Justice Thomas Warren ruled that the Occupation should not have temporary protection from eviction while its full complaint against the city of Portland is heard.

There's a birthday party at Lincoln Park at noon, and an emergency GA tonight, slated for the OM Dome, also in the park.

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