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Obama Deficit Reduction Plan Takes Aim At Drug Costs, Strengthens IPAB

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President Obama's deficit reduction framework borrows ideas from previous spending documents such as the 2012 budget and the fiscal commission report in its cost-cutting recommendations for Medicare.

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