Rachel Duncan
February 9, 2024


Lawmakers in Annapolis are considering Senate Bill 388, which could help ease some of the burden. If passed, it would allow the Prescription Drug Affordability Board to cap the costs of certain medications.

“A staggering one-in-three Marylanders are reporting they have skipped a dose, rationed medication or left a prescription at the pharmacy counter due to cost,” said Anne Arundel County Sen. Dawn Gile, D-District 33, one of the bill’s sponsors.

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