Lawmakers in Annapolis are wrangling over how to reform Maryland’s unique state-run Medevac program. The issue has picked up traction in the months since four people died in a medical helicopter crash in Prince George’s County. Some people say the program should remain in the hands of the State Police, others say it’s time for a private company to manage the helicopter fleet. Join Kojo as we explore the debate and its potential impact on Maryland’s health care system.


  • John Bohanan Member, Maryland House of Delegates (D-St. Mary's County)
  • John Astle Maryland State Senator (D-Anne Arundel County)
  • Dawn Mancuso Executive Director, Association of Air Medical Services

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