Gov. Mills Extends Emergency Declaration

Gov. Janet Mills on Wednesday signed a proclamation extending Maine’s state of civil emergency for 30 more days through June 11, 2020. This will be Gov. Mills’ second extension of the State of Civil Emergency. A big reason for doing this is so the state can continue to receive federal funds for its efforts to combat the coronavirus outbreak. Mills’ office said that all 50 states have an ongoing state of emergency at this time.

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