When the pandemic threatened Maine jobs and small businesses, Senator Susan Collins took action.
Senator Collins’ Paycheck Protection Program has saved hundreds of thousands of Maine jobs. In fact, over 240,000 Mainers’ jobs were saved because of this program.
Maine small businesses need more help now. They need more small business relief. Senator Collins is working in the Senate to extend and expand the Paycheck Protection Program.
Senator Collins introduced S. 4321, the Continuing Small Business Recovery and Paycheck Protection Program Act, to help ensure small businesses have the necessary resources to get through the COVID-19 pandemic and protect Maine jobs, including a second PPP loan for the most severely affected small businesses and a new long-term recovery loan program.
Pass the Continuing Small Business Recovery And Paycheck Protection Program Act.
We’re urging Senator Collins to continue working to pass S. 4321. This important legislation will provide Maine small businesses with real, meaningful relief that helps employers keep their doors open and their employees working.
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Urge Senator Collins to Keep Fighting for Maine Small Businesses and Jobs
Pass S. 4321 — The Continuing Small Business Recovery
And Paycheck Protection Program Act