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Medicare Part D Spending Would Be Cut $591 Mil. In 2013 By Sequester

This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily

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The majority of Part D cuts would be made in the account used to pay the government’s share of premiums to private drug plans. Part D low-income subsidies and catastrophic coverage subsidies are exempted.

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