Maryland officials huddle over hospitals’ financial problems
Washington Post, January 11, 2008
Maryland lawmakers, Prince George County officials and the governor's office have been negotiating toward a long-sought solution to the county hospital system's financial troubles. Leading lawmakers said that if no agreement is reached by the end of the new General Assembly session, they would back legislation to transfer ownership of the system to an independent authority set up by the state.
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