An effort by Maryland House Democrats to expand eligibility for Gov. Larry Hogan’s covid-19 stimulus plan, including to noncitizens, is receiving pushback from the Republican chief executive, who said it could jeopardize passage of the legislation and the help it would provide to others. “Anything they attempt to do to change the bill that’s already been passed unanimously by the Senate . . . it threatens the bill,” Hogan said Thursday.
Maryland House Democrats push to expand eligibility for covid relief
February 12, 2021