More than 26 million Americans have lost their jobs due to the economic fallout of the worldwide coronavirus crisis. As a new federal relief bill sets aside aid for small businesses, our panelists offer answers to Maine business owners and employees seeking support.
Wendell Davis, regional administrator, Region 1-New England, U.S. Small Business Administration
Chris Pinkham (call-in), president, Maine Bankers Association
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