Unemployed Workers Union Continue Push For Unpaid BenefitsThe Unemployed Workers Union is continuing its push for the payment of unemployment benefits that they say have not been provided to thousands of Marylanders.
Governor Will Not Extend Eviction Moratorium; Lawmakers Question Labor Secretary Over Unemployment ClaimsMaryland’s coronavirus state of emergency has now officially ended. That includes the state’s ban on evictions.
Unemployment Workers Union Files Amended Class Action ComplaintsThe Unemployed Workers Union filed an amended complaint Wednesday for the thousands of Marylanders who are still locked out of their accounts or haven't yet received their unemployment benefits.
Baltimore Judge Rules That Maryland Enhanced Unemployment Benefits Can Continue Until SeptemberBaltimore Circuit Court Judge Fletcher-Hill decided Tuesday morning to grant a preliminary injunction so that enhanced federal unemployment benefits can continue into September.
Baltimore Judge To Announce Decision In Unemployment Benefits Lawsuit On TuesdayA hearing in two lawsuits challenging Maryland Governor Larry Hogan's decision to end federal pandemic unemployment benefits early will begin in Baltimore City Circuit Court Monday morning.
Maryland's Democratic Delegates Ask Gov. Larry Hogan To Remove Tiffany Robinson As Labor Secretary, Drop Defense Against Unemployment LawsuitMaryland's House Of Delegates have asked Gov. Larry Hogan to remove Labor Secretary Tiffany Robinson from her post in a letter Friday.
Judge To Issue Decision On Federal Unemployment Benefits Class Action Lawsuit Hours Before Benefits ExpireJudge Fletcher Hill announced Friday that he will issue a written decision by 10 a.m. Saturday. The benefits expire Saturday at 11:59 p.m.
Unemployed Workers Union Files Class Action Lawsuit In Hopes That A Federal Judge Will Reinstate Enhanced BenefitsThe Federal Relief Act budgeted aid for states to provide additional relief for the unemployed through September 2021, however, in June, Governor Larry Hogan announced Maryland would be discontinuing the additional federal benefit.
Unemployed Workers Union File Class Action Lawsuit To Prevent End Of Federal BenefitsThe Unemployed Workers Union has filed a class-action lawsuit naming Governor Larry Hogan and Maryland Secretary of Labor, Tiffany Robinson, as defendants.
Gov. Hogan Talks Unemployment Claim Issues, Defends Ending Extra Federal Benefits After Some Outraged Over ProblemsJean Capps is outraged about glitches in Maryland’s BEACON unemployment system. She said she was unable to recertify her weekly claim like she usually does. Thousands of others are also posting their problems on social media.
Changes In Unemployment System Leaves Marylanders Frustrated While Attempting To Submit Weekly Claims On SundayAn unexpected change in Maryland's unemployment system on Sunday left many Marylanders frustrated while trying to submit their weekly claims.
Unemployed Workers Blasts Gov. Hogan's Decision To End Additional Federal BenefitsThe Unemployed Workers Union is blasting Governor Larry Hogan’s recent decision planning to stop the additional 300 dollars in federal benefits, leaving tens of thousands of Marylanders with less cash in their pockets.
13K Unemployment Claims Filed In Maryland Last WeekMaryland unemployment claims went up last week from the previous week.
Unemployed Workers Rally, Demanding To Know When They Will Get Their MoneyIt's been more than a year since the pandemic forced businesses to close and thousands became unemployed. Outside the Maryland Department of Labor building Friday, many unemployed workers made their frustrations known.
More Than 11.6K Filed For Unemployment Last Week In MarylandMore than 11,600 people filed for unemployment last week in Maryland.