Bush Defends Medicare Drug Card

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During a campaign stop in the battleground state of Missouri, President Bush faces criticisms over the new Medicare prescription-drug discount card. Critics say the program is too confusing and unlikely to attract those it could benefit the most — low-income seniors. NPR's Julie Rovner reports.



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