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The main pension plan for state workers in Maine has skirted the worst of the economic fallout of the coronavirus for now, earning just below its expected rate of return during a year that included the first four months of the U.S. pandemic.
A meeting of governors from around the country that had been scheduled to take place in Maine has been moved online to reduce the risk of spreading the coronavirus.The Summer Meeting of the National Governors Association had been slated to convene Wednesday in Portland. The association said the event has been moved online “in accordance […]
State and municipal budgets have been hit hard as the coronavirus outbreak has sapped tax revenues, forcing cities and towns to lay off workers and jeopardizing services.
“Employers still have the ability and responsibility to control how they treat their people and how they bring their community along in the process,” writes the BDN Editorial Board.
Everyone depends on our cities and towns to provide essential services that keep us healthy and safe.
Funding transit is not just about the riders, it’s about the future of our country’s economy.