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People on Medicare Stand Two-to-One Against Drug Bill

Two of Three Want Congress to Fix the Law, Few Currently Plan To Enroll But Most Don't Know Enough To Say

Aug. 11, 2004 - Many more people on Medicare have an unfavorable than a favorable impression of the new law that adds a drug benefit to the program, but most want Congress to fix rather than repeal it, according to a new survey of the opinions of people - primarily senior citizens - on Medicare released yesterday.

Article from SeinorJournal.com