The Maryland Senate late Monday approved a bill that would provide insurance benefits to people who were unsuccessful in their attempt to sign up for coverage through the state health benefits exchange website.Read More »
The Senate president predicts an increase but said he wasn't sure what that might look like other than to say "it's going to be different, in my opinion, from what the governor has proposed and it's going to be different from what the people in Prince George's and Montgomery County have already enacted."
Tagged with: 2014 legislative session Annapolis anthony brown election 2014 gas tax General Assembly governor 2014 jobs legislature Martin O'Malley maryland minimum wage politics senate Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr. videoRead More »
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who praised Maryland state Sen. Brian E. Frosh last month for shepherding gun-control legislation through the Senate in 2013, put his money where his mouth was.Read More »
O'Malley's soon-to-be-released spending plan, which is expected to come in around $39 billion for the next fiscal 2015, would be about $2 billion more than the budget approved for the current year.Read More »
When it comes to his comments on the state's struggling implementation of its health benefits exchange, Douglas Gansler sounds like a Republican, according to Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown's campaignRead More »
Based on Gansler's comments, one has little difficulty figuring out that he and Brown are squaring off for the 2014 Democratic nomination for governor.Read More »
A proposal to create bridge for people who thought they signed up for health insurance through a state website is not getting rave reviews from some Republicans.Read More »