Medicare Part D... as in 'Debate'

With accusations flying over the rocky start at Medicare Part D, the blame game over the benefit's design and implementation is well underway. Already the partisan bickering is taking on a familiar ring: What we're hearing sounds a lot like the debate over the Iraq War. As a political compromise that tried to to walk an ideological line between big government bureaucracy and free market entrepreneurship, Part D was destined to run into problems, The New York Times argues.

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PLUSThe Washington Post reports that Part D's befuddling fine print is pushing some patients with mental health problems over the edge. Article