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Just about the only thing that should remain the same is the numbers: 9-1-1. That’s the conclusion of the Commission to Advance Next-Generation 911…

In one key respect Baltimore is the epicenter of the nation’s opioid epidemic, but not in the way you think. Most of us picture…

MedChi, the Maryland State Medical Society, has issued a reminder that open enrollment to buy, change, or renew a qualified health plan for 2019…

Baltimore City’s solicitor sued the Trump administration on Wednesday, challenging a policy used by immigration officials outside the U.S. to determine whether would-be immigrants…

The health insurance mandate that Congress voted to eliminate last year may be returning to Maryland as part of a plan to provide people…

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently made it official: Last year was an especially bad year for the flu. In fact, last flu…

A Super PAC with ties to a Republican consulting firm whose Annapolis offices were raided by the FBI last year is circulating a late…

The Maryland State Education Association and Service Employees international Union have launched a $75,000 campaign targeting likely voters in Anne Arundel County in a…

By Samantha Rosen/Capital News Service In a quiet corner of Dundalk, down the street from a church and walking distance from a grocery store,…

The Maryland Citizens’ Health Initiative is betting that public support for prescription drug affordability could boost the campaigns of three senators facing tough races…