Maryland’s $3.9 billion in federal pandemic relief will be used to bolster the state’s unemployment insurance fund, fuel state recovery efforts, reopen schools and expand broadband technology, Gov. Larry Hogan announced in a bipartisan pact with legislative leaders Wednesday. The Republican governor said $1.1 billion will be dedicated to stabilizing unemployment insurance tax rates for businesses for calendar years 2022 and 2023.
Hogan, legislative leaders, outline $3.9B in federal relief
April 1, 2021