Seniors Question Benefits of Medicare Bill

The $400-billion overhaul of Medicare awaits President Bush's approval to make it law. The measure was once viewed as a means to rally support for the president from seniors, the largest voting block in the country. But as details of the plan become better known, many are questioning its benefits. Mark Moran of member station KJZZ reports.

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