Maryland aims to help children without insurance
Baltimore Sun, April 16, 2008
Maryland health officials are preparing to mail notices to tens of thousands of people whose family members might be eligible for a federal program that provides access to affordable healthcare. The initiative comes after the state comptroller's office sent more than 21,000 letters on behalf of Howard County as part of the county's plan to begin providing access to healthcare for uninsured residents.
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