“Health Care Reform: What Will It Mean to Maryland?” will be held Friday, October 22, in the Constellation Room on the 21st floor of the World Trade Center in downtown Baltimore. The forum will describe how Maryland plans to implement health care reform, with a focus on the impact of expanded coverage for working families. Speakers include Charles Milligan, executive director of The Hilltop Institute; DHMH Secretary John Colmers, secretary of the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene; and Paul Fronstin, senior research associate for the Employee Benefit Research Institute. Nancy Miller, professor of public policy, will moderate.
The forum is sponsored by The Annie E. Casey Foundation, the Department of Public Policy, MIPAR and The Hilltop Institute. There is no charge to attend the forum, but registration is required. To register, visit www.umbc.edu/pubpol/forums.
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