March 23, 2024
Rob Flaks


“Maryland was one of the first to get the exchange running and take the Medicaid money and we see the impact its had,” said MD Healthcare For All President Vinny Demarco.

“The Affordable Care Act, the Obamacare set, the standard that we can do this here in America and in Maryland, over 400,000 people got health care, including tens of thousands on Eastern Shore people who couldn’t get health care coverage before got it,” he said.

He tells us the state’s Prescription Drug Affordability Board also builds on the ACA foundation to help control prices, and a planned expansion would also set per-person monthly payment caps and an ability to directly negotiate drug prices.

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