Candidates see drug plan as a double-edged sword

Young, Jeffrey
September 2007
Hill;9/5/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 100, p1
The article reports on the impact of President George Bush drug plan to his opponents in the U.S. Bush's plan includes the creation of Medicare prescription-drug benefit, the No Child Left Behind and his tax cuts. It notes that the Republicans are not affected by the president's drug plan and commented that the plan is not good enough but survey shows that majority of the people like the new drug benefit proposed by the president.


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