Maryland should tap into Rainy Day Fund to help businesses: Letter


A group of state and local officials, along with private citizens and business owners are pleading with Maryland Governor Larry Hogan to release a billion dollars of the state's rainy day fund money as covert relief. The local A. We were counting on was removed from the federal aid package for local governments like ours, and many of the residents we serve. We know Santa is Not coming this year. Montgomery County Council President Tom Hooker the money would be used to fight hunger, keep businesses from folding and offer economic relief for residents. A spokesman for Hogan says the governor will work with the General Assembly on a new stimulus package in

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