SENATOR EDWARD KENNEDY PROTESTS MEDICARE BILL IN CAPITOL
U.S. Senator Edward Kennedy (D-MA) offering his support in opposition to the proposed Medicare Reform Bill negotiated by the Republican leadership in Congress on Capitol Hill. The legislation, a priority of President George W. Bush as he prepares to seek re-election, would add a prescription drug benefit to Medicare and introduce far-reaching reforms to restrain costs and expand the role of private managed care plans in caring for the elderly.
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