Maryland Matters
November 28, 2023
Danielle Brown


Meanwhile, the Maryland Health Care for All Coalition is urging lawmakers to expand the authority of the board’s authority limit costs for all Marylanders, not just state employees, in the upcoming 2024 Legislative Session.

The coalition held a series of community forums across the state to discuss the efforts of the affordability board, raise awareness of the legislative efforts to expand the board’s authority and hear from the community about how high drug prices affect them.

“We do need to get that board additional authority to get high-cost drugs affordable for everyone, and that will be the top priority for Maryland Health Care for All,” said the coalition’s president, Vincent DeMarco, during the last forum located at the Liberty Senior Center in Baltimore County on Nov. 15.

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