If HB 728 becomes law, the bill would prompt the Maryland Health Benefit Exchange to apply for a federal waiver in order to let undocumented migrants use the exchange.
The poll results give an idea of how Marylanders feel about medical aid-in-dying, as state lawmakers try to pass the legislation once again.
Governor argues the state needs to be strategic when fighting childhood poverty and that solutions should be tailored to each struggling community.
Pro-abortion groups, led by a new organization, Freedom in Reproduction-Maryland, urge voters to approve the new language in an informational campaign called ‘Vote Yes on Reproductive Freedom.’
Health care advocates believe the report supports their call to expand authority of a state board that aims to lower drug costs for Marylanders.
Governor’s office says that Maryland has a housing shortage of about 96,000 units, a figure that would likely grow if the state does not address the issue.
At the end of the first week of the 2024 General Assembly session, the House Health and Government Operations Committee had been assigned dozens…
“The thought that that guy (Trump) might walk back into the White House…Not on our watch. Not here in Maryland,” U.S. Rep. Hoyer said.
Senate President Bill Ferguson (D-Baltimore City) expressed cautious optimism for the Senate’s legislative priorities in the upcoming General Assembly session, even in a challenging…
Health care-focused organizations across the state are hopeful that the 2024 legislative session will be a year that reins in health costs and allows…