Michael Lord, executive director of the Maryland State Ethics Commission, addressed the first meeting of the Maryland Prescription Drug Affordability Board on Monday in Annapolis. (MarylandReporter.com photo by Bryan Renbaum)

State prescription drug board hammers out ethics rules at 1st meeting

By: Bryan Renbaum, Maryland Reporter Annapolis, MD- The first official meeting of the Maryland Prescription Drug Affordability Board kicked off Monday with

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Governor Hogan Announces 2019 Award of $9 Million in Tax Credits for Student Loan Debt

News Release, Office of Maryland Governor Larry Hogan ANNAPOLIS, MD—Governor Larry Hogan and Maryland Higher Education Commission (MHEC) Secretary Dr.

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Pennsylvania's plan to reduce pollution flowing down the Susquehanna River will not achieve its share of Chesapeake Bay cleanup goals, according the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. (Karl Blankenship)

Hogan ready to sue Pennsylvania, EPA over lagging cleanup effort

By: Karl Blankenship, BayJournal.com Annapolis, MD- Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan on Wednesday called for his state to initiate legal actions

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Retired police officer Larry Zarzecki talks about the thousands of dollars in drugs on the table he must take each month to control his Parkinson's disease. Listening, from left, Tammy Bresnahan of AARP, Harford County Executive Barry Glassman and Van Mitchell, chair of the new Maryland Prescription Drug Affordability Board. The board held a forum on Monday at Ellicott City 50+ Center. MarylandReporter.com photo by Len Lazarick

Maryland officials and health care advocates hope to make prescription drugs more affordable

By Bryan Renbaum @BryanRenbaumBryan@MarylandReporter.com Annapolis, MD- Bipartisanship was on full display Monday as Maryland elected officials and health care advocates

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