Monday, February 17, 2014

In Case You Missed It: David Craig in the News

Craig demands O’Malley, Brown release health exchange costs
The Daily Record 2.10.14
“I am dumbfounded that legislators should even have to ask how much this thing costs,” said Craig.

Health site glitches will extend beyond deadline
The Daily Record 2.10.14
Before the hearing, Harford County Executive David R. Craig called on Gov. Martin J. O’Malley and Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown to release figures on how much the site has cost taxpayers.
David Craig on Midday with Dan RodricksWYPR 2.10.14

“The press is reporting that Maryland’s exchange costs anywhere from $100 to $200 million – taxpayers don’t know what this is costing them.”

Candidate Volunteers to Pay Tab for Obamacare SnafuWND 1.31.14
What David Craig, the Harford County executive, is volunteering to cover is the damages to a Seattle business whose telephone number improperly was listed on the state’s broken Obamacare website.

'It's not a lie if you believe it'Baltimore Sun 1.29.14
It's time for a reality check. The rollout of the Affordable Care Act and subsequent Maryland Health Connection website is still a woeful disaster.,0,3130815.story

Candidate Craig Offers to Pay Seattle Woman for Md. Health Connection Phone ErrorDagger 1.28.14

As State officials dither over whether to reimburse the owner of Seattle Pottery Supply, health care point man and Lt. Governor Anthony Brown remains silent on the issue after refusing to issue an apology for the troubled state exchange in General Assembly hearings.

David Craig Fixes Obamacare Mess in Marylandcitybizlist 1.28.14

“When people make a mess they usually clean it up and apologize, but our elected officials do neither,” said Craig.

Craig offers to pay phone bill for exchange mistakeBaltimore Sun 1.27.14
"The state should have taken the lead on this," said Craig, the Harford County executive. "Hopefully, it's a small amount. If it's a large amount, we'll hold a fundraiser."

Craig & Haddaway blast emergency Obamacare legislation in MarylandQuinton Report 1.09.14
Craig and Haddaway have before called on the state to let people know that they can use a broker or sign up for insurance directly through a carrier.

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