Leavitt warns of another Bush veto
AP, December 6, 2007
The Bush administration is threatening to veto any legislation that cuts payments to private insurers as a way to give physicians more money when treating Medicare patients. Beginning in 2008, physicians face a 10 percent pay cut when treating the elderly and disabled. If that occurs, some doctors say they will quit seeing new Medicare patients.
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