Mandate, consumer protection provisions stripped from Md. health insurance bills

Multiple pieces of health care legislation are moving forward in the Maryland House of Delegates, but they have been amended to exclude some of their key elements. Bills originally drafted to put the Affordable Care Act’s consumer protections into state law and a bill to enroll more people on the state health exchange using a state-based ...

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