A Message from VictorWelcome to the beginning of a new legislative session! The 435th session of the Maryland General Assembly convened on January 14th, 2015 and will continue for 90 days.
Every new session carries with it the opportunity to make a positive impact in the lives of Marylanders and to improve the way we govern. I am excited about the work that lays ahead of us and embrace the challenges to come.
Please stay tuned to this website during the 2015 session for important updates on legislation that may affect you and your community.
As always, I encourage your input and rely on the voices of my constituency in order to stay connected. Please do not hesitate to send me a letter or call my office and let me know your thoughts on issues important to you.
Victor R. Ramirez
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Health Care Open Enrollment
Begins Nov. 15th, 2014Open enrollment at Maryland Health Connection is coming soon, which means it’s almost time for you to choose a plan for 2015 and apply for financial help that lowers your insurance costs.
All Marylanders who want financial assistance with a plan starting Jan. 1 should apply between Nov. 15 and Dec. 18 – even if you already had a plan and financial assistance in 2014.
Going to the new and improved website means you can:
See new 2015 plans and compare prices.
Find out whether you are eligible for free or lower-cost health insurance.
Sign up for coverage that starts Jan. 1 (or earlier if you are eligible for Medicaid)
Starting Nov. 9, you can visit MarylandHealthConnection.gov to learn about available plans, get an estimate of financial assistance and begin comparing your health insurance options without having to enter personal information. Open enrollment is Nov. 15 to Feb. 15.
Know Your DistrictMaryland adopted new State Legislative districts on February 24, 2012 based on the changes in population reported in the 2010 U.S. Census and in accordance with Maryland’s “No Representation Without Population Act” of 2010. As a result, State Legislative District 47 was split into 47A and 47B. Here is 47A and 47B.
To learn more visit the Maryland Redistricting website.