Christopher St. John, executive director of the Maine Center for Economic Policy
Christopher St. John, executive director of the Maine Center for Economic Policy, discusses the "Making Maine Work" report and how the public and private sector needs to work together to rebuild Maine's economy. General Fund revenues will fall at least 14 percent below the current two-year appropriations in a climate where, adjusted for inflation, 2011 appropriations are lower than those for 1999. Cutting any government function by 14 percent would further devastate the economy. Investment and coordinated public and private sector responses are necessary to meet this challenge.
Economic development, Maine Center for Economic Policy
St, John Christopher, "Christopher St. John, executive director of the Maine Center for Economic Policy" (2010). Maine News Index – MaineBiz. 5246.
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