Bush Nomination

NPR's Julie Rovner reports on President Bush's nomination for director of the Health Care Financing Administration. The organization is unpopular among both congressional representatives and health care providers, but it could play a big role in the future of Medicare and Medicaid under the president's budget plan.



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