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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

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Glassman: Regulating drug prices is pro-business

I am a pro-business Republican county executive. I am also a strong supporter of legislation to

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General Assembly 2019: What needs to happen this year and what can wait

Maryland had great success last year in shoring up its Affordable Care Act insurance exchange,

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Supreme Court must right wrong striking down Md.’s drug price-gouging statute

Drawing on its sovereign power to protect the health and welfare of its residents, Maryland enacted

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Women, blacks, veterans: Maryland caucus leaders set goals for Maryland’s 2019 General Assembly session

Health care, immigration, education and criminal justice will remain the Maryland Legislative

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Michael A. Pretl, personal injury attorney and health advocate, dies

Michael A. Pretl, a personal injury attorney, neighborhoods and health care activist and

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The ruling striking down Obamacare probably won’t stand, but Maryland shouldn’t take any chances

Many expect that a Texas judge’s ruling Friday that the Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional

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What does Texas ruling mean for Obamacare in Maryland?

A federal judge in Texas struck down the Affordable Healthcare Act in a ruling late Friday,

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Lawmakers seek to create state mandate to push more Marylanders into health insurance

“This will get a lot more people insured,” DeMarco said.

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Ben Jealous releases plan aimed at curbing prescription drug costs

DeMarco also urged Jealous’ opponent, Republican Gov. Larry Hogan, to support a drug

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Marylanders in Obamacare individual market poised to see rate drop thanks to reinsurance

“We need to build on this success to stabilize premiums over the long term by passing two key