When Gov. Larry Hogan signed The RELIEF Act Monday, exactly five weeks elapsed since the day he announced the package of more than $1 billion in aid to Marylanders suffering the worst economic impacts of the coronavirus pandemic. Another 10 days passed before it was introduced in the General assembly. By legislative standards, 3 ½ weeks is a sprint of epic speed.
Our Say: Maryland’s swift passage of Relief Act a win for Hogan and bipartisanship
February 16, 2021