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Prescription Drug Affordability Board advances in Maryland House

By Thomas Hawk with Flickr Creative Commons License By Diane Rey For Maryland Reporter Maryland delegates are pushing back against high prescription drug costs, but their proposal stops short of setting drug price caps for all Marylanders. Instead, the House […]

Prescription Drug Affordability Board advances in Maryland House

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By Thomas Hawk with Flickr Creative Commons License By Diane Rey For Maryland Reporter Maryland delegates are pushing back against high prescription drug costs, but their proposal stops short of setting drug price caps for all Marylanders. Instead, the House […]

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Mess at UMMS—Part II: Legislative action must be stronger than HB 1428

This is the second of two parts by career government auditor Charlie Hayward addressing the “Mess at UMMS,” and the legislative reaction to it. The University of Maryland Medical System

Bossie right on the money with Mueller report outcome, impeachment

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com David Bossie, deputy campaign manager for Donald Trump in 2016 and now Republican national committeeman for Maryland, made a number of predictions at the Howard County Lincoln

Numerous red flags in University of Maryland Medical System contracting with board members’ firms

In this first installment of a two-part series, contributor Charlie Hayward, a career government auditor, describes the numerous red flags uncovered to date at the University of Maryland Medical

Latest on Maryland’s bills and what has passed

State House (Maryland Reporter) By Diane Rey For Maryland Reporter Monday (March 18) marked “crossover day” in the Maryland General Assembly, the day bills must be sent to the opposite chamber in

Bipartisan solution for state retirees on drug costs

By Sen. Melony Griffith In all the work we do in the Maryland General Assembly, we work hard to balance the interests of our state employees, state retirees and the

Delegates lose fight on banning pesticide linked to autism, ADHA, and childhood cancers

Sweet Corn by ConantheLibrarian with Flickr Creative Commons License By Diane Rey For Maryland Reporter Rural delegates fought a losing battle on the House floor Thursday against banning a pesticide that has

Maryland House passes $46.7 billion budget

By Diane Rey For Maryland Reporter State support for public schools will exceed $7 billion for the first time in a budget plan given preliminary approval Wednesday by the Maryland House

Former Maryland Governor Harry Hughes gone but not forgotten

From a reception for the State House press corps at Government House sometime in the early 1980s. From right, Gov. Harry Hughes, wife Pat Hughes, and Len Lazarick, then

Before deploying to Afghanistan, Sen. Smith races to finish ambitious agenda

One of the most taken photos of opening day was Sen. William Colonel Smith Jr. and his young daughter Jacqueline. From Smith's Facebook page By Diane Rey For Maryland Reporter State Sen.

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