AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) – Gov. John Baldacci’s office saysfast-track legislation signed by the governor could benefit 10,000laid-off workers by the end of the year. Maine unemployment law changes enacted Thursday offer additionalweeks of benefits to workers who are still unemployed and have runout of other unemployment assistance. Officials say extended aid may be paid on top of up to 59 weeksof benefits already provided. Currently, 26 weeks come through regular unemployment benefitsand 33 weeks are available in emergency unemployment compensationbenefits. The new extended benefits provide up to 13 additionalweeks. The governor said Maine can now access additional federal fundsmade available through the Recovery Act.