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Both Candidates in a Maine Congressional Race Come Out Against Body Shaming

Last week, the National Republican Congressional Committee released an ad suggesting that Maine congressional candidate Emily Cain once promoted body-shaming young women. The accusations were a reference to Cain’s sponsorship of a bipartisan bill that would have attempted to combat childhood obesity with measures including weighing kids in school. The ad features a series of women, presumably Cain’s would-be constituents, facing the camera and asking Cain to explain herself.
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