Richard Bamforth, left, his wife Pat Bamforth, right, and their granddaughter, Pippa Adam, look at a mural depicting Maine's labor history on Monday, Jan. 14, 2013, in Augusta, Maine. The mural was put on public display in the atrium leading to the Maine State Museum 22 months after Gov. Paul LePage ordered it removed from the Labor Department lobby. (AP Photo/Clarke Canfield)

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Richard Bamforth, left, his wife Pat Bamforth, right, and their granddaughter, Pippa Adam, look at a mural depicting Maine's labor history on Monday, Jan. 14, 2013, in Augusta, Maine. The mural was put on  public display in the atrium leading to the Maine State Museum 22 months after Gov. Paul LePage ordered it removed from the Labor Department lobby. (AP Photo/Clarke Canfield)
Richard Bamforth, left, his wife Pat Bamforth, right, and their granddaughter, Pippa Adam, look at a mural depicting Maine's labor history on Monday, Jan. 14, 2013, in Augusta, Maine. The mural was put on public display in the atrium leading to the Maine State Museum 22 months after Gov. Paul LePage ordered it removed from the Labor Department lobby. (AP Photo/Clarke Canfield)
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