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Maryland Gov. Hogan draws $250 million from Rainy Day Fund to help businesses struggling due to coronavirus

The biggest chunk of the money — $100 million — will be used to create an “emergency rapid response fund” for small businesses, so the state can pivot to help hard-hit areas or industries.


Source: The Baltimore Sun Politics Section State of Maryland

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