Tag: Tiffany Robinson
The state’s labor department received over 2.9 million new unemployment claims since the beginning of COVID-19 and paid over $14 billion to Marylanders in state and federal benefits, according to Robinson’s presentation.Read More
Gov. Larry Hogan’s chief spokesperson said Tuesday that the administration is unlikely to appeal a ruling by a state court that blocks the governor’s decision to bring an early end to Maryland’s participation in federal unemployment benefits.Read More
The federal government has approved Maryland’s 2020-2024 State Workforce Plan, the state’s Labor Secretary, Tiffany Robinson, said Friday.Read More
Maryland has asked the federal government to supplement the state’s unemployment insurance system with an extra $300 a week in benefits, Gov. Larry Hogan said Wednesday.Read More
Gov. Larry Hogan said Wednesday that Maryland officials uncovered a scheme that involved widespread unemployment insurance fraud using identity theft.Read More
The governor said he made the decision in response to the announcement that the state is projected to lose as much as $2.8 billion in estimated revenue for the fiscal year due to COVID-19.Read More
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