BALTIMORE (AP) — Dozens of Maryland government employees and union members protested Wednesday, saying the governor has refused to fill thousands of vacant government positions.
A 2018 Maryland Legislative Services study showed more than 2,600 state job vacancies hadn't been filled.
Some union members say they're frustrated by Gov. Larry Hogan's decision not to release $245 million that included money for providing raises. Hogan's spokesman accused the union of playing political games