The Medicare Part D prescription drug benefit has certainly endured its share of recent controversy. Democrats have lambasted the plan as an inordinately confusing, bureaucratic handout to the pharmaceutical industry, while fiscal conservatives in both parties have derided the benefit's astonishing multibillion-dollar price tag. Earlier this year, regular news reports surfaced recounting horror stories of small-town pharmacists forced to pay for patients' prescriptions and seniors getting ...
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