Hogan, legislative leaders detail how $3.9B in federal relief funds to be used

ANNAPOLIS — Business owners in Maryland could see their unemployment insurance premiums reduced, broadband access in the state will be bolstered, and road and school projects funded as part of a $3.9 billion infusion of federal pandemic relief. Gov. Larry Hogan, flanked by Senate President Bill Ferguson and House Speaker Adrienne Jones, announced the historic budget ...

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