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Behind CareFirst's 25 percent premium hike, honoring fallen policemen and firemen, MICA's Fred Lazarus stepping down, Maryland Morning Culture Calendar

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May 1, 2013

Maryland's largest health insurer, CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield, has proposed a 25 percent hike in premiums for individual plans. CareFirst says the Affordable Care Act is driving the proposed increase. We talk with CEO Chet Burrell.

Prince George's County police officer Adrian Morris was killed in the line of duty last August. He will be one of seven honored Friday at this year's Fallen Heroes Day at Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens. We talk with one of his friends and fellow officers.

Fred Lazarus is stepping down as the President of MICA after 35 years at the helm.  We ask him about his tenure at the school, which included the creation of Artscape--and the future for MICA and the city.

Maryland Morning Culture Calendar: Treats for aesthetes!


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