Somehow the thought that health care is a key issue has wormed its way into the brain of the heaving pile of rancid orange-tinged lard in the White House.
White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows touts Trump's plan to send seniors a $200 prescription discount card in the coming weeks which was not approved by Congress, which Meadows claimed will be paid for from a Medicare demonstration program.
AB Stoddard discusses the fact that Republicans who go along with Trump's destruction of the United States Postal Service are going to own this as more and more of their constituents in rural areas are directly impacted by his actions.
Real Clear Politics editor A.B. Stoddard had a warning for all of the complicit Republicans who have remained silent on Trump's destruction of the U.S. Postal Service.
Instead of talking about guns, Perry said, we should be talking about... prescription drugs.
The indictment shows why we still need the United States Postal Service.
For the first time, the agency would have the authority to kick out physicians and other providers who engage in abusive prescribing.
Walgreen Co., the nation's largest drug store chain, announced Monday it will provide a month of prescriptions to those customers who do not yet have a new insurance plan identification number. If that policy sounds familiar, it should.
As the polling record shows, the Medicare Part D prescription drug program that now enjoys 90 percent support was even more unpopular when the Bush administration launched it in than Obamacare is today.
If they were really serious about saving money from Medicare, the Very Serious Schmucks could follow some of the suggestions in economist Dean Baker's book, "The End of Loser Liberalism". Sure, they'll tick off Big Pharma. But they can't be any less
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