Whatever happened to Bush's prescription drug coverage?
which was supposed to eventually bankrupt the Federal government?
Was that a stand-alone program or addition to Medicare or what?
Haven't heard a word about it for years.
- LeaLv 76 years agoFavorite Answer
Part D is around. It has been less expensive than originally proposed due to the competitive nature of the plan selection. Also, those same plans due to the doughnut hole has pressured people into getting cheaper generic drugs.Source(s): pharmacist
- jeeper_peeper321Lv 76 years ago
liberals and the media do not like to talk about the prescription drug plan
since it is a success
same way, the never talk about how Bush's TARP, made a 30 billion dollar profit
while 0bamas stimulus, did nothing at all
- R JLv 76 years ago
nothing it was about a tit for tat deal and worked pretty good saved people about a grand ayear for the elderly I work with so ok, he also did the children's healthcare deal for single moms which cost a lot but we needed due to crummy ex husbands
- Anonymous6 years ago
Medicare Part D? It is still alive.
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- SugarLv 76 years ago