"Capitol Update" piece on shortfalls that are holding up the finalization of Mai
"Capitol Update" piece on shortfalls that are holding up the finalization of Maine's two-year budget. Finance Commissioner Sawin Millett told the Legislature's appropriation committee that the administration plans to reduce the $164 million budget hole through the elimination of health insurance coverage to 28,000 childless adults, a reduction of the tax cut package, repeal of child care workers' collective bargaining rights, use of $29.7 million from Maine's "rainy day" fund, and an anticipated $16.8 million in federal money from planned improvements to the billing system at the Department of Health and Human Services.
Leary, Mal, ""Capitol Update" piece on shortfalls that are holding up the finalization of Mai" (2011). Maine News Index – MaineBiz. 5430.
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