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Tiffany Robinson

Backers of legislation to protect workers against heat stress are frustrated by the ‘lack of urgency’ and transparency in creating regulations to implement the bill.

A Baltimore judge has dismissed the remaining claims in a case that challenged Maryland’s unemployment benefits payment policies. Judge John Nugent, in a memorandum…

The Department of Labor’s BEACON app has helped unemployed workers navigate Maryland’s benefits system, but state lawmakers told Secretary Tiffany P. Robinson on Thursday…

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Maryland lawmakers grilled Secretary of Labor Tiffany P. Robinson over continuing unemployment insurance backlogs in the state at a Monday meeting, and said they…

A week after a judge issued a ruling that maintains Maryland’s participation in enhanced federal unemployed benefits, the Unemployed Workers Union returned to Baltimore…

Editor’s Note: A preliminary injunction was issued in this case on Tuesday morning. Read more here.  After over a week of fast-paced legal activity…

A Baltimore City Circuit Court judge has scheduled a Friday afternoon hearing on a motion to stop Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) from…

Editor’s Note: A hearing for a temporary order to maintain expanded unemployment benefits was set on Friday for 2 p.m.  With expanded federal unemployment…

With supplemental federal unemployment benefits slated to end next week in Maryland, state lawmakers sharply questioned Department of Labor officials Wednesday on their plans…

Some Maryland delegates pushed back Tuesday against the governor’s recent decision to end expanded unemployment benefits two months early without evidence that it would…