May 26, 2020
By: Bruce DePuyt and Josh Kurtz
“A significant number of Maryland residents said they opposed Hogan’s decision earlier this month to veto a bill to fund the state’s fledgling Prescription Drug Affordability Board, according to the just-released survey. The poll, sponsored by the Maryland Citizens’ Health Initiative, found that 62% of Marylanders believe Hogan should have signed the bill.”
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Last modified: May 26, 2020