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Maryland health care exchange could see 360k customers in year two

Some 180,000 people could buy health insurance through a state-run exchange in 2014 and that figure could double the following year, Maryland health officials told a Senate committee Thursday. Gov. Martin O’Malley’s administration is backing legislation to firm up more ...

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Maryland lawmakers support health care overhaul in Supreme Court fight

More than two dozen Maryland legislators have signed on to an amicus brief supporting the Affordable Care Act as the Supreme Court prepares to hear arguments on President Obama’s signature piece of health care legislation. The 26 delegates and senators ...

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Opinions – 9/26/11: U.S. 4th Circuit Court of Appeals

Civil Procedure Standing BOTTOM LINE: Judgment of the district court vacated because Virginia could not challenge the “individual mandate” provision in the Affordable Care Act for lack of Article III standing. CASE: Commonwealth of Virgina v. Sebelius, Nos. 11-1057, 11-1058 ...

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Gov. O’Malley creates health care reform office

ANNAPOLIS — Gov. Martin O’Malley is announcing the creation of an Office of Health Care Reform and the members of a board that will oversee Maryland’s Health Benefit Exchange. Governor O’Malley signed executive orders Thursday to establish the Governor’s Office ...

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General Assembly approves public health care exchange

ANNAPOLIS – The General Assembly approved legislation Monday morning that would create the framework of a public health care exchange where individuals and small businesses would one day be able to compare and purchase insurance policies. Gov. Martin O’Malley’s proposal ...

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House OKs benefits exchange compromise

ANNAPOLIS — Hundreds of health insurance brokers who were afraid the O’Malley administration’s health benefits exchange would put them out of business are reasonably happy with the bill that passed the House of Delegates and was reported to the Senate ...

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