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

November 5, 2021

If you are between the ages of 18 and 34 and still don’t have health insurance, you should look into it this month. There are millions of dollars in new subsidies... Read more »

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

November 1, 2021

As open enrollment for state health insurance kicks off Monday, health advocates and local leaders are urging young Marylanders to enroll in affordable health insurance plans.... Read more »

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

October 28, 2021

Open enrollment for 2022 plans on the exchange begins Nov. 1, and the local executives, plus some state lawmakers, specifically sought to draw attention to funds newly available for young adults — who go without insurance more often than any other age group.... Read more »

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 of 18-34 to take advantage of a new state subsidy that is designed to make health insurance more affordable.... Read more »

1430 WNAV: Marylanders looking for health coverage are likely to see lower premiums on Nov. 1.

October 12, 2021

President of the Maryland Healthcare For All Coalition Vincent DeMarco said this is due to a new round of healthcare subsidies at the federal level and in the state of Maryland.... Read more »

Media Release: As Nation Marks 11th Anniversary of the Affordable Care Act, the General Assembly is on Track to Pass Three Major Health Care Bills

March 23, 2021

MCHI congratulates legislators on substantial action to help Marylanders lead healthier lives... Read more »

Statement About Governor Hogan’s Actions on Two Major Health Care Bills

May 7, 2020

Maryland Governor Larry Hogan today vetoed a critical health care measure, SB 669/HB 1095, which would establish a dedicated funding source to support the work of the Maryland Prescription Drug Affordability Board. He allowed another measure to go into effect without his signature: SB 872/HB 959, which enshrines key principles of the federal Affordable Care Act into Maryland law, a major step forward for the state.... Read more »

LTE: Even in the midst of a pandemic, Trump administration and others foolishly seek to undermine the Affordable Care Act

May 6, 2020

Even in the middle of the worst public health crisis to hit the U.S. in a century, the Trump administration and some states are going to court to try to end the Affordable Care Act, the law that has established critical consumer protections and expanded health insurance access across the country.... Read more »

Video: ACA 10th Anniversary

March 24, 2020

Vincent DeMarco from the Maryland Citizens' Health Initiative discusses the impact of the Affordable Care Act as it celebrates its 10th anniversary.... Read more »

In Midst of Pandemic, Md. Officials Hail Affordable Care Act

State and federal officials from Maryland marked the 10th anniversary of the Affordable Care Act with a vow to protect the landmark law from Republican attacks.... Read more »