Hogan administration to announce plan for spending more to promote census after Democrats’ complaints
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan’s administration will unveil plans Tuesday for how to spend $900,000 for promoting next year’s U.S. census.
The plans come as Democratic lawmakers have been pushing the Republican governor to come up with a plan for the money.
U.S. Sens. Benjamin L. Cardin and Chris Van Hollen sent a letter to Hogan on Thursday asking for a plan.
Members of the state’s Complete Count Committee “can do little to plan critical outreach efforts without more information about intentions for these funds,” Cardin and Van Hollen wrote.
Source: The Baltimore Sun