Md. Health Care Committee To Meet In Annapolis

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) —  A Maryland health care reform committee is meeting this week in Annapolis.

Monday’s meeting of the Health Care Reform Coordinating Council will be the first meeting of 2011 and its ninth meeting overall.

The meeting will be led by Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown, who co-chairs the committee along with Joshua Sharfstein, Maryland’s secretary of health and mental hygiene.

The committee will be discussing health care changes in Maryland, including the progress in establishing the state’s health benefit exchange.

The meeting starts at 1 p.m. at the Legislative Services Building in Annapolis.

(Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

  • Higgy

    “Health benefit exchange” in the context of an O’Malley sponsored program sounds very suspicious. With O’Malley trying to implement the unconstitutional obamacare this could be code for the death panels the administration is trying to promote. I don’t think I would trust anything instituted by either of the “Os”.

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