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With tight purse strings in Annapolis, health care advocates push for improved access to care, lower drug prices

Baltimore SunJanuary 2024Angela Roberts Excerpt: “In what is shaping up to be a financially

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Lawmakers: Maryland must expand reach of prescription drug board 

Baltimore SunOp-EdJanuary 12, 2024 Excerpt: “The (Maryland Prescription Drug Affordability)

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Lowering ‘hidden tax’ on Maryland health care

Baltimore Sun, Letter to the EditorVincent DeMarcoDecember 13, 2023 Excerpt: “Maryland’s

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Baltimore Sun: Drugs don’t work if patients can’t afford them | READER COMMENTARY

The Baltimore SunNovember 28, 2023Larry Lee Thomas Excerpt: I applaud the work of Maryland’s

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Baltimore Sun: Maryland advocacy group plans to pursue expansion of drug affordability next legislative session

September 18, 2023Baltimore SunAngela Roberts Excerpt: “I want to make it clear, to anyone

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Baltimore Sun: What to do if you are at risk of losing Medicaid eligibility READER COMMENTARY

July 24, 2023Baltimore SunLetter to the Editor Excerpt: “Suddenly losing health insurance is

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‘A long time coming’: Four years after its creation, Maryland drug affordability board drafts plan

Baltimore SunMay 20, 2023Angela Roberts Excerpt: “ “…Vincent DeMarco, head of the

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Bills aiming to improve health care equity, access advance in General Assembly

All five pieces of this year’s legislative agenda from the Maryland Health Care for All!

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Baltimore Sun: Advocates, Maryland lawmakers pitch Health Care for All 2023 legislative agenda

January 31, 2023Angela Roberts Excerpt: “With the 2023 Maryland legislative session about

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Baltimore Sun Op-Ed: A five-part agenda for Maryland’s legislature

Maryland has long been a leader in innovative health policies that have expanded access to care and

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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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Thousands of uninsured Marylanders use taxes to ask about health coverage, exceeding officials’ expectations

More than 18,000 Maryland residents without health insurance have checked a new box on their annual

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If Trump is serious about lowering prescription drug prices, here’s the bill he should support | READER COMMENTARY

On health care, sadly, Donald Trump has been mostly talk with no follow-up and bad actions such as

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Need health insurance? Marylanders can now check a box on their income taxes to begin enrollment | COMMENTARY

Tax-filing season is here. It’s not usually a time to celebrate, but this year, there’s a new

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(POSTPONED) Come to a Listening Session on Prescription Drug Affordability

Learn about Maryland's new Prescription Drug Affordability Board and share your thoughts on how to

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Howard residents voice concern over rising costs at first forum for Prescription Drug Affordability Board

Howard County hosted a forum Monday afternoon to get community input on the rising cost of

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Gov. Hogan has opportunity to improve health care in Md.

Governor Hogan has now been given yet another opportunity to improve health care in Maryland with

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Maryland legislature passes laws to make health insurance enrollment easier and create drug price board

Health coverage will be easier to secure for uninsured Marylanders and prescriptions could become

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State lawmakers consider using a penalty to coax more Marylanders into buying health insurance

Maryland could be “an exciting model” for other states.

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State lawmakers consider using a penalty to coax more Marylanders into buying health insurance

A coalition of state lawmakers and health organizations gathered in Annapolis Wednesday to rally