March 18, 2024
Rob Flaks


Advocates say the setback comes- as the board would have already been setting those prices if a veto from the previous administration did not push back their timing.

“Originally they were supposed to do that by January 1, 2023, after which we were expecting the General Assembly to expand their authority to make high-cost drugs more affordable for everybody, Unfortunately, former Governor Larry Hogan vetoed a bill that was necessary to fund the board, and by the time the legislature overrode that veto, it delayed a lot of what the board could do,” said MDHCFA Director Vinny DeMarco.

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