”We really see this as a win-win-win all around. It’s a win for families who will see the bump in income, and we see it as a win for the kids in particular, who are going to benefit from those additional resources, and have more food, and potentially have more opportunities and those kinds of things. And then we see it as a benefit to the economy more broadly because of the additional economic activity that’s going to occur as a result,” said Garrett Martin, Maine Center for Economic Policy executive director.