Maryland families may need proof of kids’ health insurance for tax forms
Washington Post, February 11, 2008
Maryland is considering legislation that would require families to report proof of health insurance coverage for their children on their tax filings, and beginning in three years families with uninsured children would no longer qualify for the state's child tax exemptions. The "Support the Kids First Act" is designed to help the state identify which children are uninsured.
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