Hogan, lawmakers outraged over UMMS 'self-dealing' report, praise cancellation of hospital rate hike

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan and influential lawmakers reacted Thursday with outrage to the latest revelations of self-dealing at the University of Maryland Medical System, while praising the system for the resignation of several executives and canceling a proposed $75 million rate hike for patients in Baltimore. “This has been a shocking experience from the first time all of this was revealed,” Hogan, a Republican, said in an interview on “The C4 Show” on WBAL-AM. (Balt. Sun)

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