Heathcare Reform Group Visit Bangor 

A group advocating for healthcare reform spent part of Monday afternoon in Bangor trying to get their message out.The group, known as Americans United for Change, has spent the summer collecting videos of Maine residents telling their personal stories about their dealings with insurance companies.On Monday, the videos were shown on a flat screen television at the corner of harlow and cumberland streets in Bangor.The group said they chose the location because it was near Senator Olympia Snowe’s office. “We want Senator Snowe to reach across party lines to work with the folks on the other side of the aisle and enact meaningful health insurance reform and bring some competition to the industry,” Said Frank Gallagher on Monday. Gallagher is the acting director of the Maine chapter of Americans United for Change.The group says reaction was almost all favorable.Congress continues to work on a healthcare reform bill.