A Baltimore judge postponed a scheduled hearing for the lawsuits against Maryland's governor over unemployment benefits.

A full hearing originally scheduled for 2 p.m. Friday was postponed to Monday at 9:30 a.m.

Pressure is mounting for the governor to cease his opposition to the enhanced federal benefits.

The lawsuits were filed in an attempt to block Gov. Larry Hogan's early termination of enhanced unemployment benefits. The governor announced last month that Maryland will discontinue the benefits and reinstate work-search requirements starting July 3.... Read More: WBAL