A grant program aimed at increasing access to high-speed internet is already reaping benefits, according to Gov. Larry Hogan. Hogan made the pronouncement Friday during a news conference in Harford County to promote $127 million in initial state grants aimed at expanding broadband. Those grants will go to 21 of the state’s 24 major political subdivisions including rural areas on the Eastern Shore and western panhandle as well as urban areas such as Baltimore. “Our goal is to ensure universal broadband to every single person in every single corner of the state of Maryland,” Hogan said during the first of a 10-stop day trip to Harford County.