Maryland Congressmen Press State Labor Officials On Unemployment BenefitsMaryland's congressional delegation on Friday sent a letter pressing state labor officials about issues with the delivery of unemployment benefits to those affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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.
135,000 Marylanders Still Awaiting For Their Unemployment Claims To Be ProcessedAbout 135,000 Marylanders are still awaiting for the unemployment claims to be processed, according to Labor Secretary Tiffany Robinson.
Hogan Appoints Aide As New Secretary Of LaborHogan announced the appointment of Tiffany Robinson on Tuesday.