Marylanders Complain About Flawed State Obamacare Website

Frustrated users submitted more than 4,000 comments complaining of problems with the state’s ObamaCare website in the first months of operation, Capital News Service found.

Community Groups Work to Overcome Language Barriers in Obamacare Signup

Community health organizations in Montgomery and Prince George’s counties are working to overcome language barriers that have prevented non-English speakers from completing Obamacare insurance applications.

State Health Site Lacking Information on Kids Dental Coverage, Advocates Say

A complete list of pediatric dental benefits is not available while browsing for plans

Baltimore Berger Cookies Could Change or Disappear with Trans Fat Ban

Bakery owner said they would attempt to change the recipe or “go out of business”

Western Marylanders Frustrated with Obamacare Insurance Mandates

Residents and representatives say Affordable Care Act eliminates the freedom to go without healthcare, invades their privacy and will be financially devastating for their families

State Lawmakers, Officials to Discuss Maryland Health Connection Glitches

Only 1,121 Marylanders enrolled in Obamacare plans in first two weeks.

Marylanders Begin Applications for Affordable Care Act Insurance

Paper applications were used to continue enrollment while problems persisted with the online marketplace.

Expanded Medicaid To Improve Benefits for More Than 81,000 Marylanders

Low-income adults without children will enjoy additional health care services.

Health Organizations Prepare to Enroll Maryland Uninsured in Obamacare

Navigators and assisters will help health insurance applicants identify coverage options.