"News & Issues" piece on testimony by Joseph Pietroski, a lobbyist for the Maine
"News & Issues" piece on testimony by Joseph Pietroski, a lobbyist for the Maine Bankers Association, who earlier this week told the Maine Banking Commission that the association has little interest in a $25 million subsidy that would make student loans cheaper to offer, and that 60 percent of his members want no change in who is providing student loans. The commisssion is proposing to replace the current loan program, which is delivered by a triumvirate of agencies headed by Maine Education Services, with a single agency with a more accountable administration and direct gubernatorial appointments. Its recommendations should be drafted into legislation by February.
Burnett, Lee, ""News & Issues" piece on testimony by Joseph Pietroski, a lobbyist for the Maine" (2000). Maine News Index – Maine Times. 4060.
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