A group of six U.S. senators from both political parties has proposed a plan called the SMART Act (State and Municipal Assistance for Recovery and Transition) that would provide $500 billion in aid for towns and cities across the U.S. that have seen increased demands for services, and falling revenues, due to the COVID-19 public health emergency. Maine would receive $2 billion under this proposal, according to Sen. Susan Collins’ office.
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