Hogan administration to announce plan for spending more to promote census after Democrats’ complaints

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

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