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Hogan Halts Utilities Termination and Housing Late Fees Until August

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R) signed an emergency order Tuesday prolonging the prohibition of utility cutoff and residential late fees until Aug. 1 to help Marylanders struggling amid the coronavirus pandemic.

On March 5, Hogan declared a state of emergency due to the presence of the coronavirus with renewals on March 17, April 10, May 6 and June 3.

The utility and residential late fees order would have terminated July 1 had the governor not acted, CBS News’ Baltimore affiliate reported.

The utilities affected by the order are electricity, water, sewage, disposal, telegraph, gas, phone and internet.

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