Maryland is better prepared to benefit economically over other states because of its efforts to implement President Obama’s landmark health law upheld by the Supreme Court Thursday, Gov. Martin O’Malley said in a conference call with reporters on Friday.
O’Malley (D) frequently referenced the Republican governor just to his south, Gov. Robert F. McDonnell of Virginia, as well as Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal (R), as leaders who have not prepared their states to deal with the new law. States are required to set up exchanges for residents to purchase health care.
“We are ready and willing and