WOODLAWN, Md. —There's a new push in Washington for heads to roll over the new health care law, so what about Maryland?
Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown was in charge of the rollout of health care reform in Maryland and happy to talk about it, apparently until now, when many want to know why has this been so rocky, WBAL-TV 11 News I-Team lead investigative reporter Jayne Miller said.
There were smiles all around in April 2011 when Gov. Martin O'Malley, flanked by the state's top Democrats, signed the law creating a whole new agency to set up the state's new health insurance exchange. It was the result of the Affordable Care Act.