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As part of the federal tax-cut legislation in December, Republicans in Congress gutted a key component of the Affordable Care Act — the so-called…

When it comes to aid to the states, Congress giveth and Congress taketh away. With Congress bumping up against a weekend deadline for approving the…

A report released earlier this month found that Maryland tax increases on alcohol and cigarettes have led to decreased use of both products in…

By Kaanita Iyer A report released earlier this month found that Maryland tax increases on alcohol and cigarettes have led to decreased use of…

The Maryland Senate heard testimony last week on a measure that would establish a single-payer health system, a “Medicare for all” system in which…

The Maryland Senate heard testimony last week on a measure that would establish a single-payer health system, a “Medicare for all” system in which…

By Josh Kurtz A new poll bolsters the long-held opinion of MedChi – the Maryland State Medical Society – that Maryland Medicaid payments should…

Maryland’s individual health insurance market is in danger of collapse if government and industry don’t find ways to persuade younger, healthier people to purchase…

Research confirms what many experts have long suspected: that good health and access to safe, affordable housing are inextricably linked. The problem is that…

Matt Mossburg’s path to addiction recovery is laudable. We admire his courage in sharing his experience with addiction and his desire to help others…