After blocking 450 users from his public Facebook page, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan and his staff have been criticized for limiting free speech.
Guest Host: Jennice Fuentes
Expanding health insurance coverage is part of the national political debate. But a new study suggests that there aren’t enough primary care doctors and nurses to meet the needs of people who are currently insured. We discuss the state of the national primary care workforce and its implications for nationwide health policies.
- Robert Barish Professor, University of Maryland School of Medicine
- David Taylor Chief Operating Officer, National Association of Community Health Centers
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