ANNAPOLIS, MD (AP) – State officials say Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan’s name was used as part of an effort by scammers to collect unemployment benefits. The officials said the suspects also used the name of Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford and seven cabinet secretaries, including Labor Secretary Tiffany Robinson, whose department oversees the unemployment system. According to officials, applicants used complete stolen identities to pass the early verification process. But the scam was uncovered once the Labor Department’s computer system generated a report that was sent to the applicant’s prior employer.