R.I. court program offers struggling businesses a lifeline

BUSINESS RECOVERY: Attorney John A. Dorsey, an administrator for the R.I. Judiciary’s Business Recovery Plan, says participation in the program won’t hurt a business’s credit. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
BUSINESS RECOVERY: Attorney John A. Dorsey, an administrator for the R.I. Judiciary’s Business Recovery Plan, says participation in the program won’t hurt a business’s credit. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
Have there been too many state and federal support programs competing for the attention of local businesses during the pandemic? That may sound crazy in a state of approximately 1 million residents that has seen more than 253,000 people collect unemployment payments since March. But it may be one reason why a Business Recovery Plan…

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