Regarding your recent article about the Maryland health exchange, why was there no mention of Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown, the point man of this fiasco ("Maryland lawmakers cautious about new health exchange," April 5)?
I know failure has no daddy, but to totally omit Mr. Brown's name from such a report astounds me. If the man cannot oversee something like the state's health exchange how is he going to run the rest of the government?
I am sure that if the exchange had worked half as well as we were told it would, Mr. Brown would be shouting it from the rooftops.
If you are going to "report" a story, then report it in a way that includes all the facts. The facts, in this case, are that the lieutenant governor was in charge of the mess.
Paul Glascock, Ellicott City
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