Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown
Maryland moves ahead in the Obamacare controversy with a $123 million federal grant for the state’s healthcare exchange.
A measure to create a framework for public-private partnerships to build roads and public buildings will be back before the Maryland General Assembly next year, Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown said Saturday.
Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown will be talking about an initiative to cut health disparities by using incentives such as tax breaks for medical providers who work in underserved areas.
Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown will be speaking at the Laborers’ International Union of North America Mid-Atlantic Region Conference.
Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown will be holding a public forum on an initiative to try to improve health care in underserved areas.
Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown will highlight Maryland efforts to support minority owned businesses at a conference.
Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown is scheduled to speak to lawmakers about a bill designed to eliminate disparities in health care.
Maryland Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown says the legislature needs to approve a bill that continues to set up guidelines for a government-developed health insurance market.
Maryland smokers brace for another tax hike, this time on products other than cigarettes.
A spokesman for Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown says the lieutenant governor has returned political donations he received from Richard Stewart, who pleaded guilty to federal authorities this month for failing to pay about $4 million in employment taxes.
Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown is scheduled to address more than 3,000 at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore fall commencement.
Prince George’s County schools are getting a $1.2 million federal grant under the Safe Routes to School program.