Administration Faces Opposition To Changes In Medicare Prescription Drug Program

Kaiser Health News staff writer Mary Agnes Carey, working in collaboration with USA Today, reports: "Medicare’s prescription drug program was controversial when it arrived, but a decade later it is widely considered to be a Washington success story. Now, though, the Obama administration is proposing a series of significant changes to fix what critics say isn’t broken" (Carey, 3/3). Read the story and the related sidebar detailing some of the specific proposed changes.

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