Tuesday Morning Headlines: Maryland Senate passes unemployment legislation amid coronavirus pandemic; Hospitals cancel elective surgeries; and more

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Maryland Senate passes emergency legislation to extend temporary unemployment benefits during coronavirus pandemic — The Baltimore Sun

Senate passes education reform bill, Blueprint for Maryland’s Future needs to pass the house by Wednesday — WMAR

Greater Baltimore hospitals cancel elective surgeries ahead of coronavirus surge — Baltimore Business Journal

Restaurants across Maryland transition to take-out only, worried about impact — Fox 45

Books to Read While Working From Home — Baltimore Magazine

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  1. I live in ocean city Maryland and u have been collecting unemployment since November because my restaurant closes. This is the time of year they reopen. Due to the corona virus they are not opening as of now. I have 2 weeks left on my unemployment. What do I do?

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