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Md. legislation seen as boosting access to insurance for critical groups (access required)

In hopes of reducing the number of uninsured people in Maryland, which currently sits at about 6% of the state’s population, the General Assembly has passed two bills that will make it easier to afford and sign up for health insurance. One bill, sponsored by Sen. Jim Rosapepe in the Senate and Del. Lorig Charkoudian in the House, builds on 2019’s Easy Enrollment Health ...

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