Md. legislature passed ACA protections but deferred action on other health bills

During a legislative session shortened by a global health crisis, the Maryland General Assembly passed bills that put the Affordable Care Act’s consumer protections into state law and required hospitals to adopt more generous financial assistance policies. The abbreviated session also left some bills unpassed, including a new attempt to resolve medical malpractice claims involving birth ...

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