U.S. sued for not ensuring poor get Medicare drug benefit

04/27/2006 | USA Today

A suit filed in federal court in California by seniors' advocates accuses the U.S. government of failure to ensure poor people are properly enrolled in the new Medicare drug program. The suit says the Bush administration failed to comply with the law requiring a special effort to enroll the poor, but a Medicare spokesman said the complaints are about problems that occurred when the program first started.

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