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Van Hollen ‘Eager’ to Get Back to Work, His Wife Tells Baltimore Political Gathering

"She praised the health care coalition for 'doing God’s work.'"

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

Helping more Marylanders get coverage, improving their health and peace of mind, is the right thing

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

The Maryland General Assembly has taken a major step forward in passing new legislation, SB 632,

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

The Maryland State Senate has taken a major step forward in passing new legislation, SB 632, which

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Media Advisory: Baltimore City and State Officials to Highlight the Maryland Health Insurance Easy Enrollment Program During Tax Season

Marylanders without health insurance can start the enrollment process when they file their state

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Media Statement About Extension of Open Enrollment at Maryland Health Connection

Maryland Health Connection and Gov. Larry Hogan have taken a great step by extending the deadline

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Op-Ed: Small-business health care: a win for owners, employees and the bottom line

To encourage more small businesses to provide health care to their employees, we will propose that

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For Immediate Release: Statement About U.S. House of Representatives Passage of the Build Back Better Act

The Build Back Better Act will provide enormous new health benefits for Americans, and we applaud

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Pew: A Simple Tool Has Brought Health Insurance to Thousands

Maryland and Massachusetts, soon to be followed by other states, now allow taxpayers to begin the

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Dan Rodricks: For Marylanders 18 to 34, a deal on health insurance and a brief history lesson

If you are between the ages of 18 and 34 and still don’t have health insurance, you should look

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WYPR: It’s open enrollment time for health insurance plans

As open enrollment for state health insurance kicks off Monday, health advocates and local leaders

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Maryland Matters: ‘Less Than Three Fancy Coffee Drinks’: New Program Offers Low-Cost Health Insurance to Young Adults

Beginning Monday, young adults in Maryland can enroll in a health insurance program through the

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Statement about major health improvements in the Build Back Better Framework

"This final package represents the largest expansion of health care in more than a decade and will

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Baltimore Sun: Open enrollment on Maryland health exchange readies to launch with new subsidies for young adults

Open enrollment for 2022 plans on the exchange begins Nov. 1, and the local executives, plus some

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Maryland Reporter: State and local leaders tout new health care subsidy ahead of open enrollment

Maryland’s state and local leaders came together Thursday to urge young adults between the ages

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Maryland Matters: Van Hollen Seeks to Expand Maryland’s Check-the-Box Insurance Enrollment Nationwide

U.S. Sen. Chris Van Hollen (D) announced Tuesday that he is seeking to expand access to health

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Van Hollen, Bera Introduce New Bicameral Bill to Make it Easier for Americans to Sign Up for Health Care, Close Massive Enrollment Gap

Today, U.S. Senator Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.) and Congressman Ami Bera, M.D. (D-Calif.) introduced

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Maryland Matters: Commission Seeking Grant Applicants to Quash Health Disparities in Black, Brown and Disabled Communities

Maryland is one step closer to establishing “health equity resource communities,” where