Maryland Governor Larry Hogan’s attempt to end federal unemployment benefits in the state is being dealt another blow. Maryland Labor Secretary Tiffany Robinson says the enhanced benefits will continue for at least another month because federal rules require at least 30 days notice before states can opt out of the programs. The revelation came on Monday during a hearing in Baltimore Circuit Court over the future of the federal jobless payments. Hogan announced the benefits would end on July 3rd, but a judge issued a temporary restraining order that prevented the state from pulling out of the programs. The judge is expected to issue a ruling this morning on whether to extend the order.