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LTE: Bring affordable health care to more Baltimoreans

May 5, 2022

our organization, the Baptist Ministers’ Night Conference of Baltimore and Vicinity, endorses the new health agenda advanced by the Health Care for All! Coalition and documented in a recent commentary by Vincent DeMarco. We urge all of our fellow faith communities to also endorse this lifesaving proposal by going to healthcareforall.com/resolution.... Read more »

Op-ed: A three-pronged approach to widening health care access in Maryland

April 21, 2022

Our organization, the Maryland Health Care for All! Coalition, will be reaching out across the state to build support for a three-pronged health care agenda we believe is urgently needed.... Read more »

Endorse our Health Care for All Resolution

Please show your support by encouraging organizations and businesses in your network to sign on to our new Health Care for All Resolution!... Read more »

Statement About General Assembly Passage of SB 632 To Help Small Businesses Afford Health Care Coverage

April 11, 2022

The Maryland General Assembly has taken a major step forward in passing new legislation, SB 632, which would create a state program to help small businesses and nonprofits, including faith-based organizations, provide health insurance for their workers. ... Read more »

Media Statement About Senate Passage of SB 632 To Help Small Businesses Afford Health Care Coverage

March 21, 2022

The Maryland State Senate has taken a major step forward in passing new legislation, SB 632, which would create a state program to help small businesses and nonprofits, including faith-based organizations, provide health insurance for their workers. Though it is not everything that we asked for, the measure, as passed by the Senate, would create a workgroup, under the auspices of Maryland’s nationally acclaimed Health Benefit Exchange, to determine how the program would work. The bill commits the State to fund this program annually, beginning on July 1, 2023.... Read more »