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American Indian health bill draws veto threat

Washington Post, January 23, 2008
The Bush administration has threatened to veto Senate legislation designed to improve healthcare on American Indian reservations. Bush objects to expanded labor provisions in the bill, which would boost screening and mental health programs at the Indian Health Service, increase tribal access to Medicare and Medicaid and prompt new construction and modernization of health clinics on reservations.