Bureaucracy, is "smothering" Medicare, say Republicans
This article was originally published in Clinica
Republicans are calling for the tangle of bureaucracy that is "smothering" Medicare to be cut away. Burdensome rules and regulations are weighing down the 35-year-old US federal health plan for the elderly and disabled, the party said in its opening election shots.
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