Common Ties, a Lewiston-based mental health agency, has sufficient reserves to meet payroll for four weeks and was considering contingency plans if a delay in state reimbursements continues. A subhead on a story on Saturday’s page A1 about delayed payments to mental health providers from the state Bureau of Medical Services cited a different agency.

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