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U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Maryland could face medical disaster

Gov. Larry Hogan's administration should be relatively pleased by Maryland's 7.5 (out of 10) rating in the 2017 National Health Security Preparedness Index developed by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation ("Report: Maryland better prepared than average for public health emergency," April 22). 

However, it's critical to note that Maryland's ability to deal with a health-related emergency would be severely hurt by budget cuts and policy changes proposed by Congress and the Trump administration. These include major cuts to the National Institutes of Health...