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In anticipation of our Representative Assembly meeting on October 14, 2023 and pursuant to MCEA’s Constitution & Bylaws, Retirees Council President Al Sherman and MCEA Advisory Board President Marilyn Miller have called for a Retirees Council to fill the Executive Board and nominate and elect delegates to the Assembly.

We are proposing:

Wednesday, September 20, 2023
10 – 11am via Zoom or in person
MCEA Headquarters
7127 Rutherford Road
Baltimore, MD 21244

The tentative agenda:

  •        Nominations and election for open Retirees Council Executive Board seats
  •         Nominations

Prescription Plan STILL Available

Because of the Fitch vs State of Maryland lawsuit, we will be able to maintain our same benefits package at least until December 31, 2024. We must keep fighting!

Fitch Attorneys Still Taking Donations

In addition to the Crab Raffle, you can still donate to the law office to cover court costs using the following options:

  • Send a check or money order (with RX Drug Coverage in the memo line) to:
    Law Office of Deborah Hill, LLC
    P.O. Box 465
    Cockeysville Md. 21030
  • Use their official online platform:

Greetings Retirees!

    I am writing to bring you up to date on the latest information that I have regarding the retirees’ prescription plan. As you are likely aware, in 2018, a lawsuit was filed (Fitch v. Maryland) challenging the State’s notice to retirees that they would have to transition to Medicare Part D by January 1, 2019, and would no longer be eligible for the State’s subsidized prescription drug coverage.  The Court granted the retirees’ motion for preliminary injunction, maintaining the status quo and preventing the State from ending access to the State program.



Injunction still stands! Retirees keep their prescription plans...for now.