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Franchot: More Assistance Needed for Lower-Income Residents Hit by COVID

December 17th, 2020 by WCBC Radio

Last week, Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot told WCBC's Bryan Gowans that the state should be doing more to help low to moderate income residents who have been taking a financial hit from the pandemic.

Yesterday, Franchot made the case during a meeting of the Maryland Board of Public Works…



Franchot is running for Governor in 2022, and has blasted President Trump and Congress for not providing more financial help for people who need it.