State Funding Aimed At Helping Businesses Transition To Telework

Maryland's labor secretary said Tuesday the state's $7 million layoff aversion fund is meant to help businesses cope with the demands of the closures and restrictions imposed during the COVID-19 outbreak.  "We had a current program that allowed us to do things in emergency situations like this that really have never been done before," TIffany Robinson told C4. Small businesses and nonprofits can apply for grants of up to $50,000. The application is just two pages long and is processed within two business days. (WBAL)

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