Md. lawmakers tackled range of health issues in 2017 session

Passed were measures to combat opioid crisis, improve mental health coverage and preserve ACA provisions

Under the shadow of federal efforts to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, the General Assembly this session passed several bills that look to insulate Marylanders from changes to the health insurance law and passed packages of bills designed to combat the opioid crisis and deal with mental health issues. The legislature passed the Maryland Health ...

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