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Maryland wins $123 million for health care reforms

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Maryland is getting a $123 million infusion from the federal government to help start its health exchange, a state-sponsored insurance marketplace required under President Obama's health insurance overhaul that is expected to cost state taxpayers up to $50 million annually, according to the state's health care consultants. Maryland Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown announced the federal award on...

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