Maryland extends pandemic unemployment benefits after court order. Indiana does not.

Written by on July 7, 2021

Saturday, Maryland lost many court battles trying to end uneomplyment programs. Due to the losses, Maryland will continue to pay residents unemployment benefits including the $300 federal supplement.


CNN reported:

“Gov. Larry Hogan, a Republican, announced last month that he was terminating the three pandemic benefits measures on July 3 in order to spur more people to return to the workforce. But unemployed residents, who filed two lawsuits seeking to stop Hogan’s move, won a short-term reprieve when a state judge on Saturday issued a temporary restraining order and state’s chief judge on Monday denied the governor’s appeal.”

According to a lawyer for the jobless, there are 300,000 residents in Maryland that are on at least one unemployment program.


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