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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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New Maryland state board will scrutinize hundreds of medications to slash prescription costs

WYPRDecember 20, 2022By Scott Maucione Excerpt: “The idea of state agencies pushing to

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Maryland’s Prescription Drug Affordability Board finally gets off the ground. Advocates hope its strategy pays off.

The Baltimore BannerDecember 20, 2022Sarah True Excerpt: “… the board will release its

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Baltimore seniors glean how new federal law cuts Medicare prescription costs

By Bethany Raja October 7, 2022 WYPR News Excerpt: U.S. Rep. John Sarbanes, who represents the

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State, local advocates share efforts to lower drug prices

Southern Maryland NewsBy Darryl Kinsey Jr. Sep 20, 2022 Excerpt: “These are tremendous

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After slow start, prescription drug panel is poised to offer recommendations on prices

Maryland MattersBruce DePuytSeptember 12, 2022 Excerpt: ” Vincent DeMarco, head of Maryland

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Media Advisory: Prescription Drug Affordability Board Members to hear from Marylanders who struggle to pay high drug costs

Series of forums will update the community on the Board’s work to bring down drug costs

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After slow start, prescription drug panel is poised to offer recommendations on prices

By Bruce DePuyt September 12, 2022 Maryland Matters Excerpt: By creating an entity with a

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Baltimore Sun: From lower prescription costs to cleaner power, here’s what the federal ‘Inflation Reduction Act’ means for Maryland

Excerpt: “A landmark federal climate and health bill that got final approval from Congress on

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Daily Record: MD Democrats hope to take advantage of Inflation Reduction Act

Excerpt: “The impact of the bill may also ricochet into next years’ legislative priorities

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DeMarco: Biden’s proposal to make enhanced ACA premium subsidies permanent is a ‘game changer’

Maryland ReporterBryan RosenbaumApril 29 2021 EXCERPT: “Below is an edited excerpt of an

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Stat News: With a legislative vote, Maryland’s prescription drug affordability board moves forward

"With a permanent funding source, the board can continue its work finding solutions to address

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MEDIA RELEASE: Statement About General Assembly Override of Veto of Bill to Fund Prescription Drug Affordability Board

Vincent DeMarco released the following statement today after the Maryland House voted

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Public News Service: MD Groups Urge Override of Drug Affordability Bill Veto

A coalition is urging Maryland's General Assembly to override Gov. Larry Hogan's veto of a bill to

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Maryland Reporter: MARYLAND LEADERS URGE GENERAL ASSEMBLY TO OVERRIDE VETO OF LEGISLATION THAT WOULD FUND STATE PRESCRIPTION DRUG BOARD

Maryland’s county and city leaders teamed up on Tuesday to urge the General Assembly to override

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State of Reform: Bipartisan group of state leaders urges House to override drug price board funding veto

Several county executives, associations and the mayor of Baltimore are urging the Maryland General

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State of Reform : Senate overturns Hogan’s veto over funding drug affordability board

The Maryland Senate voted to override several of Gov. Larry Hogan’s vetoes Friday, including a

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AP: Maryland Senate overrides some of governor’s vetoes

The Maryland Senate voted Friday to override Gov. Larry Hogan’s veto of a measure to fund a

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The Daily Record: Senate Democrats override vetoes on crime, prescription drug bills

Establishing permanent funding for the Prescription Drug Affordability Board will guarantee it has

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Washington Post: Maryland Senate overrides Hogan veto of bill that funds nation’s first drug affordability board

This is a board that will help Marylanders protect their health care by lowering the cost ideally