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State Roundup, March 25, 2019

House OKs creation of Prescription Drug Affordability Board to set limits on state, local government payouts for medications for its employees; Montgomery lawmaker to yank bill that would allow development at unused portion of Baltimore County cemetery; UMMS official face wrath of House committee over board of directors “self-dealing,” promising audit of its board relationships; numerous red flags were evident at UMMS; as Mayor Catherine Pugh gets ready for re-election bid, her earlier claims and promises come back to haunt; and just where are all those ‘Healthy Holly’ books anyway?; and Supreme Court set to hear Maryland, N.C. gerrymandering cases on Tuesday.

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