Malpractice rebate for Maryland Set at $84 Million
Washington Post, December 14, 2007
Maryland's largest insurer of doctors will return to the state $84 million it has collected through a taxpayer-financed subsidy program to help pay malpractice premiums, according to state regulators. the three-year-old subsidy program is being curtailed because a spike in malpractice awards has flattened out, said Gov. Martin O'Malley.
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