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Mills to allow retailers and restaurants to open, keeps stay-at-home order in place

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AUGUSTA – Gov. Janet Mills on Friday announced a modification to her four-phase reopening plan. The plan, which will allow retailers to open Monday, May 11, 2020 and restaurants to open a week later on May 18, 2020, will roll out to the 12 counties in Maine where community transmission has not occurred.

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AUGUSTA – Maine lawmakers returned to the state capitol Wednesday to hold a hearing with Department of Labor Commissioner Laura Fortman to address the ongoing problems with the state’s unemployment system and the Mills administration’s response to it. Fortman, who appeared along with Deputy Commissioner Kim Smith, spent the entirety of the hearing answering lawmakers’ pointed questions ranging from front-end website issues and denials of unemployment to the inability of Mainers being able to reach a live person.

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AUGUSTA – Gov. Janet Mills on Tuesday extended her stay-at-home order with a new “Stay Safer at Home” executive order until May 31 and released a four-stage plan to begin reopening Maine’s economy starting Friday, May 1.

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AUGUSTA – Gov. Janet Mills elevated her previous state of emergency Tuesday and ordered all non-essential public-facing businesses such as gyms, hair salons, theaters, shopping malls and others to close at midnight Wednesday, March 25. The order is in effect for the next 14 days until April 8.

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