Wednesday, December 24, 2003

This article is on the front page of the NYT's business section today. The main thrust is this:

"Two provisions buried deep in the nearly 700-page Medicare drug law may limit the discounts that insurers and pharmacy benefit managers can get from drug makers - and, therefore, how far the new drug benefit for the elderly will stretch, executives say."

Now, wouldn't it have been nice for this to be on the front page of Section 1? And for it to have run BEFORE the law was passed? Tax payers and seniors may have been interested! Damn press corp.

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