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‘Care For Our Seniors Act’ Would Address Nursing Home Issues

Nursing Homes Release Reform Agenda To Address Systemic Issues Facing Long Term Care Sector, Learn From On-Going COVID-19 Crisis (Image by Gundula Vogel from Pixabay) WASHINGTON, D.C. – The American Health Care Association representing more than 14,000 nursing homes and […]

Care for Our Seniors Act: Image by Gundula Vogel from Pixabay

‘Care For Our Seniors Act’ Would Address Nursing Home Issues

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Nursing Homes Release Reform Agenda To Address Systemic Issues Facing Long Term Care Sector, Learn From On-Going COVID-19 Crisis (Image by Gundula Vogel from Pixabay) WASHINGTON, D.C. – The American Health Care Association representing more than 14,000 nursing homes and […]

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Franchot blasts Hogan’s decision to lift capacity restrictions on restaurants and retail establishments

(Governor's Office Photo) @BryanRenbaum Comptroller Peter Franchot slammed Gov. Larry Hogan’s recent decision to lift capacity restrictions on restaurants, bars, and retail establishments, saying the decision was based on politics rather

Hogan: State to lift capacity restrictions on restaurants, bars and retail establishments

@BryanRenbaum Due to declining coronavirus positivity rates and improved vaccine metrics the state will lift capacity restrictions on restaurants and bars and retail businesses by the end of this week,

‘Adjudication purgatory’ continues a year later with the state’s unemployment system

Screen Shot of change.org petition calling for the resignation of Maryland Labor Secretary Tiffany Robinson. @BryanRenbaum It has been a year since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic and the state

Chronic: Pain We Don’t See, Chapter 6

Chapter 6: Maybe I Will Sleep When I Die Tuesday: May 5, 2020  People who say sleep is overrated and that there is plenty of time for it when they

Hogan defends Maryland’s COVID-19 vaccine distribution record

@BryanRenbaum Gov. Larry Hogan said Tuesday that while the state’s rollout of coronavirus vaccines has not been perfect he is nevertheless confident that all that can be done to improve

Everything will be ok?

I was waiting for a miracle, but a vaccine will

Chronic: Pain We Don’t See, Chapter 5

Chapter 5: What to Expect  Friday: April 10, 2020  Then again, maybe I need to eat my words. Yesterday, I thought I was getting a jump start to get ahead of

Hogan: State not yet ready to lift capacity restrictions on bars and restaurants

@BryanRenbaum Gov. Larry Hogan said Tuesday that even though Maryland’s coronavirus positivity rates have steadily declined for weeks and vaccines have become more readily available it may still be some

Restaurant Association of Md. CEO: It’s time to start easing dining capacity restrictions

@BryanRenbaum MarylandReporter.com spoke with Restaurant Association of Maryland President and CEO Marshall Weston on Monday to get an update on how that industry is faring in the face of ongoing

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