SPOTLIGHT: TX doctors withdraw endorsement over Medicare cuts

Angry over his vote to block consideration of a bill stopping the planned 10.6 percent Medicare cut, the Texas Medical Association has declared war on U.S. Sen. John Cornyn. The group's 43,000 doctors and medical student members, who are furious over Cornyn's decision, have withdrawn the endorsement of TEXPAC, the association's political action committee. Article

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