Senate OKs bill to delay physician pay cut and bolster Medicaid

The Senate passed a $138 billion bill that delays a 21% cut in physician Medicare reimbursements until Oct. 1 and extends jobless and COBRA benefits for unemployed workers. The measure, which must be reconciled with a bill passed by the House, also includes $25 billion in Medicaid funds for states.

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