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  • Baltimore Archbishop 'gratified' Supreme Court to hear birth control issue

    Baltimore Archbishop 'gratified' Supreme Court to hear birth control issue
    —The Supreme Court agreed Tuesday to jump into a growing legal dispute between businesses run by conservative Christians and the Obama administration over whether a company must pay for birth control drugs that conflict with its owner's religious...
  • On health care, President Obama put his faith in a house of cards [Letter]

    President Obama is reaping what he sowed by relying on the health insurance industry when he promoted the Affordable Care Act ("As president grovels, politics of Obamacare get worse," Nov. 19). The health insurers literally wrote the law, in the...
  • Obamacare rollout doesn't inspire confidence [Letter]

    The Sun's editorial board can't really get much more partisan. It didn't happen to note that 99 percent of the president's nominees have been approved ("Fixing the filibuster," Nov. 21). Of course the Republicans are focused on Obamacare; it consumes 16...
  • Miller: Hearings into exchange to continue, blunders 'might be about incompetence'

    Miller: Hearings into exchange to continue, blunders 'might be about incompetence'
    Sen. President Thomas V. Mike Miller said the investigations into how the state bungled its $107 million health exchange would continue until lawmakers are satisfied. “The public wants answers, and the buck stops here,” Miller said.  He...
  • McDonough's comments on Obamacare rebutted [Letter]

    Editor: It would do Del. McDonough well if he reviewed the facts prior to espousing an opinion concerning the recent agreement between the federal government and the Cost Review Commission of the state. The commission has set rates since 1974 and in...
  • The ineffectual on the Hill [Editorial]

    The week between Christmas and New Year's is surely the nation's least productive, and that's why it ought to be dubbed "The 113th Congress Week." Naturally, the members of the U.S. House and Senate who so richly deserve this distinction are observing the...
  • O'Malley sets mid-December deadline to fix major health site glitches

    O'Malley sets mid-December deadline to fix major health site glitches
    Gov. Martin O'Malley said Wednesday that he wants the most glaring glitches in the state's health insurance exchange website resolved by mid-December, potentially allowing thousands more Marylanders to sign up for policies before the end of the year. The...
  • Bongino captures national attention as he runs uphill in Md.

    Bongino captures national attention as he runs uphill in Md.
    Dan Bongino launched his first campaign for office on a laptop computer in his dining room. His wife, alone at his side, was the only other person he was sure would vote for him. Two years later, as the Severna Park man runs for the House of...
  • Some Marylanders deserve apology for insurance stress

    Some Marylanders deserve apology for insurance stress
    At Tuesday's legislative hearing in Annapolis, Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown, point man on Obamacare in Maryland, refused to say he was sorry for the disastrous and embarrassing launch of the state's health insurance website. Bad move. I can understand why...
  • Primary care can be affordable care [Letter]

    Primary care can be affordable care [Letter]
    Who is ready to improve heath care at lower costs? Independent doctors and their patients are. My wife and I organized a group of independent doctors who are in CareFirst Blue Cross Blue Shield's Patient-Centered Medical Home program. Twenty-one years...
  • Faltering exchange could mean trouble for O'Malley, Brown

    Faltering exchange could mean trouble for O'Malley, Brown
    The troubles hitting Maryland's health exchange could have a lasting impact by tarnishing the political image of Gov. Martin O'Malley and his handpicked successor, Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown, according to experts assessing elections in 2014 and beyond....
  • Hospitals ought to be doing less, not more, in the community [Letter]

    I read Anne P. Hahn and Michael Reisch's commentary on hospital reform with sad amusement ("Hospitals too must reform under Obamacare," Nov. 11). Their arguments are all backward. Hospitals actually need to step back from the their invasion into the...