Economic Recovery Committee says Maine needs more federal stimulus to rebuild

In a comprehensive article, Mainebiz reports on the state’s Economic Recovery Committee, convened by Gov. Janet Mills in May, and the strategies they identified for Maine to rebound financially, while stressing that the federal government has to help immediately or the plan won’t work.

On November 24, the committee released its final report, outlining eight strategies needed for the state to strengthen its economy after the disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The 38-member committee is chaired by Josh Broder, CEO of Tilson, and Laurie Lachance, president of Thomas College.

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