Governor Larry Hogan has goals to get more Marylanders connected to broadband internet. That’s why the state is setting aside 95-million-dollars for grants that will address the digital divide. Local jurisdictions and internet providers can apply for the grants. Hogan said that broadband is available to more than 95-percent of Marylanders. The Connect Maryland program will provide anywhere between 800-thousand-dollars and four-point-five-million-dollars per grant. Applications are now being accepted.