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Minimum wage hike a factor in West Paris nursing home’s plans to close

The 2016 law raising Maine’s minimum wage coupled with inadequate payments for MaineCare residents are the two reasons cited by a West Paris nursing home for its planned closure in 60 days.
The Lewiston Sun Journal reported that the Ledgeview Living Center, which houses 72 residents and employs 122 people, announced Thursday it will close in early October after 46 ...

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