Maryland To End Extra $300 Federal Pandemic Aid, Adding Work Search Requirement For Unemployment RecipientsGov. Larry Hogan announced Tuesday that the state of Maryland will stop enhanced pandemic federal unemployment benefits and reinstate work search requirements by early next month. 
Nearly 2 Million Americans Will Lose Pandemic Unemployment Benefits Early As More Republican States Drop ReliefNearly 2 million jobless Americans are set to lose their pandemic unemployment benefits early, with Georgia, Arizona and Ohio becoming the latest Republican-led states to announce they would cease providing enhanced federal jobless payments.
Despite Memorial Day Holiday, Maryland Labor Department Will Answer Unemployment Calls On MondayDespite the Memorial Day holiday, the Maryland Department of Labor said it will have employees available to answer unemployment questions over the phone on Monday.
Coronavirus Impact: Marylanders Eligible For Unemployment Insurance Will Receive An Additional $600 Per Week From FedsMarylanders who are eligible for unemployment insurance through the state will also now receive an additional $600 from the federal government, state officials announced Friday.
Bill Would Allow Unemployment Aid For Government ShutdownsA measure to allow employees who must work during a government shutdown without pay to collect unemployment benefits is getting a hearing.
O'Malley Urges Extending Unemployment BenefitsMaryland Gov. Martin O'Malley has written a letter signed by 13 other Democratic governors urging Congress to extend unemployment insurance benefits.
Out-Of-Work Marylanders Hope Unemployment Benefits Get ExtendedThousands of Marylanders enter the new year with a new challenge. Federal unemployment benefits ended Saturday.
At Least 26,000 File For Unemployment In D.C., Md. Amid ShutdownFurloughed federal government workers have filed more than 10,000 claims for unemployment benefits in the District of Columbia as the government shutdown has persisted nearly a week.
Brown To Testify On Domestic Violence BillPeople who leave a job to escape domestic violence would be eligible for unemployment benefits under a measure coming before Maryland lawmakers.
Employers Picking Up The Tab For Loans To StatesStates that borrowed billions from the federal government to keep unemployment benefits flowing through the recession now have to start paying those loans back, and they're hitting businesses with new assessments and higher taxes to make that happen.