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Marylanders standing to benefit from health reform know least about it, survey says
Maryland residents who stand to benefit most from the federal Affordable Care Act know the least about the law, according to a survey released Monday by the Horizon Foundation and the Maryland Health Care for All Coalition.
Low-income, minority and less-educated voters are among the demographics least aware of the provisions of the Obama Administration’s landmark health care reform law, according to a report on the survey’s findings. Overall, about 59 percent of survey respondents said they…
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