Gov. Markell announces $450K in financial literacy funding

Financial literacy education efforts get a $450,000 boost through a fund created in 2009.  
This morning, Governor Jack Markell will announce the winners in the competitive grant program designed to help state residence become more financially literate.  The program was established in 2009 and is funded by a surcharge fee of $1,500 on payday and car title loan businesses.

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