— Adaptive Spirit (@AdaptiveSpirit) April 8, 2021
Girls’ Day at the State House, hosted by @MEWomensLobby, continued for its 25th year. We were thrilled to sponsor this virtual gathering of middle-schoolers, to whom lawmakers gave valuable lessons in civic participation. No doubt these girls will help shape Maine’s future! pic.twitter.com/afmGtZibng
— Charter Policy (@CharterGov) April 7, 2021
I disagree w Gordon Smith and @nabtweets on just about every policy issue, but at a very hard time for me he showed great kindness. When my brother died, he went out of his way to meet and share his own family’s tragic loss from suicide. It meant a lot. https://t.co/2AVvv5KUsx
— Craig Aaron (@notaaroncraig) April 7, 2021
➢ 63% of small employers intend to encourage their employees to get vaccinated.
➢ Nearly half (45%) of small employers plan to give workers paid time off to get vaccinated.
➢ More than 80% of small employers reported having conversations with employees about vaccines and 55% said they would use free or low-cost resources to provide guidance and information about COVID-19 vaccines.
➢ Confidence in the COVID-19 vaccines are relatively high, with 75% of small employers saying they are either somewhat confident or very confident in them.
(Source: Reimagine MainStreet)
April 9: Cablefax 100 Nomination Deadline
April 12-23: NAB Amplify
April 20-22: Collision Conference 2021
April 29: Interactive Case Competition Finals
“There’s bipartisan agreement that our infrastructure must be a priority for America to win the future. Unfortunately, this is not an infrastructure package… On broadband, President Biden is poised to waste billions of dollars and hurt private investment in our networks without actually closing the digital divide. Rather than promoting competition, President Biden’s plan will set rural America back even further and force higher costs for families. Instead, we should be turbocharging our public and private investments and encouraging competition by streamlining permitting processes.”
– House Commerce Republican leader Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) statement responding to President Biden’s infrastructure plan