Senators craft pared-down Medicare plan
Wall Street Journal (subscription required), December 18, 2007
In an attempt to prevent a reduction in Medicare payments to physicians that is scheduled to hit Jan. 1, senators have been working on a pared-down plan to send to President Bush. To attract Republican support and avert a veto, the $6 billion package would be funded with relatively uncontroversial Medicare cuts.
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