It’s not even a drop in the bucket compared to the federal Paycheck Protection Program that just this week ran out of $349 billion in small business loans, but the office of Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey just yesterday launched her own grant program to assist small businesses suffering under the coronavirus crisis. Attorney General Healey is using funds obtained through past settlements with her office to underwrite the program. The grants are capped at $50,000 and can be used for debt, payroll, accounts payable and working capital expenses. We found no further details on the grant program, but you can reach the Attorney Generals office at 617-727-2200.