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Maryland will continue to pay federal unemployment benefits for at least ten more days after a judge ruled against Governor Larry Hogan on Saturday.
The benefits were set to end this weekend, but Circuit Judge Lawrence Fletcher-Hill issued a temporary restraining order requiring Maryland to continue administering the benefits, The Baltimore Sun first reported. The temporary restraining order followed two lawsuits brought by unemployed Marylanders against Governor Hogan and Maryland Labor Secretary Tiffany Robinson.
The restraining order is set to expire in ten days, which will give the courts enough time to schedule a hearing on details ⇒
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